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Bars & Clubs
Arbor Valley Inn-Scat shoots
out top-40.
The Blind Pig-Steve Nardella
brings a little rock to your life.
The Earle-The Ron Brooks Trio
features a hot jazz piano.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox)-
Steve Larson plays jazz piano.
The Habitat-Contemporary
dance with Odyssey.
The Heidelberg-Mustard's
Retreat brings back spicy
The Hill Lounge-The danceable
Falcons know their Motown.
Joe's Star Lounge-The Bon-
nevilles bring rockabilly/country
to Joe's.
Mr. Flood's Party-Bring on the
Blue Front Persuaders!
Mountain Jack's-Dreamer
wakes up top-40 tunes.
Rick's American Cafe-SLK
fires up with "Trigger Talk."

of 15 musicians from mainland
China, makes their first appearan-
ce in Ann Arbor tonight at the
Power Center, beginning at 8 p.m.
The Ensemble presents "Phases of
the Moon" as depicted in Chinese
history and art, interpreted in
musical form. Call 764-2538.
St. Andrews Church
The Ann Arbor Cantata Singers
perform Honegger's King David at
8 p.m. Call 668-7796 for infor-
Canterbury Loft
Nada, a local acoustic quartet
performs the first in a series of
Halloween concerts tonight. The
music is said to be inspired by the
ancient traditions of goddess wor-
ship, which proclaims that every
ending is a new beginning. 8 p.m.,
Canterbury Loft, 665-0606. $3.
Office of Major Events
The Oak Ridge Boys perform
closely harmonized country-gospel
at the Crisler Arena at 7:30 p.m.
Seqats are $9.50, $10.50, and $11.50
at the Michigan Union and all CTC
Outlets. Call 763-2071.
The Ark
Michael Cooney presents a "one
man festival" tonight at 9 p.m.

Theater Remembers," a review of
the songs, movies and culture
popular in 1957. Following the
review will be a 1957 news reel, a
1957 cartoon and the Three Faces
of Eve, starring Joanne Woodward
in her 1957 Academy Award-
winning role as a schizo. Come in a
schizo costume and compete in the
Halloween costume contest. 8 p.m.
Michigan Theater. 668-8480. $5.50.
Field Hockey
Old Dominion meets Iowa at 3
p.m. on Ferry Field.
The University women's
Volleyball team competes against
EMU at 7 p.m. in the Central Cam-
pus Recreation Building.
Guild House
First Baptist Church pastor Jit-
suo Morikawa lectures on
"Relocation Centers: American
Euphemism for Concentration
Camps." Noon (802 Monroe
Street). Optional lunch $1. Call 662-
University Activities Center
Hey Kids! It's Homecoming
Week. Festivities start with the
Evans Scholars Car Bash, in which
various fraternity types beat on
cars with sledgehammers in the
middle of the diag. Two groups
compete to see which can do. the
most damage. It starts at 3 p.m.
The Count of Antipasto (1140 S.
University) sponsors a pizza-
eating contest to continue the fun
at 4 p.m.
At 6 p.m. the Homecoming
Parade starts at Catherine and
Main Sts., finishing at S. and E.
University and can be viewed from
all points between.
The Homecoming Pep Rally on
the Diag and the Graduate Library
steps heightens "Go Blue" spirits
at 7:30 p.m.
The Pep Rally Party, at Sigma
Chi Fraternity (548 S. State)
culminates Friday's Homecoming
Ann Arbor Jaycees
Come to Jaycees' Haunted
House 7-9 p.m. tonight.,
Netherlands-American University
Philo Bregstein presents his
biographical film "Art and Politics
in the Weimar Republic," about
musician and conductor Otto
Klemperer tonight at 8 p.m. in
Rackham Auditorium. Contact 668-
6483. Free.
Benningan's Tavern
Start the Halloween week-end off
with a bewitching at Bennigan's.
Throughout the night, a ghoulishly
guileful magician performs in-
credible feats of magic to entertain
all those who choose to drink and
feast. Prizes will be rewarded for
those -lucky enough to receive
mysterious wooden nickles from
the magic goblin. The event
promises to be filled with
exitement. Call Doug Claeboe at
School of Natural Resources
The School of Natural Resources

Alumni Weekend begins this mor-
ning and goes until the football
game tomorrow. Lunches, field
trips, symposiums, and an award
banquet will be held. Block seating
is available for the football game.
Call 763-2558.

Bars & Clubs
Arbor Valley Inn-Top-40 dance
tunes from Scat.
The Blind Pig-Steve Nardella
with Mr. B. play rousing rock.
The Earle-Jazz from the Ron
Brooks Trio.
The Fox's Den (Lord
Fox)-Steve Larson performs on
The Habitat-Odyssey plays
dance tunes.
The Heidelberg-Spice up your
live with Mustard's Retreat.
The Hill Lounge-The Falcons
are a premier local dance band.
Joe's Star Lounge-George
Bedard and the Bonnevilles know
Mr. Flood's Party-Local
favorites Blue Front Persuaders
Mountain Jack's-Dreamer per-
forms top-40 dance tunes.
Rick's American Cafe-Watch
local ska band SLK go "One Step
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot brings on
jazz piano.
Second Chance-The Intents
feature former Masquerade mem-
School of Music
Carl St. Clair conducts the Con-

temporary Directions Ensemble in
a performance at Rackham
Auditorium at 8 p.m. Call 764-2119.
University Club
The Les Bloom-Bruce Dundero
Sextet performs as the second
edition of UAC's "in the Club" jazz
series. The sextet is an area group.
Concert starts at 9:30 p.m. Call 763-
The Ark
Michael Cooney continues his
"one-man folk festival" tonight at
9 p.m. (1421 Hill). Doors open at
8:30. Call 761-1451._
University Musical Society
New York Metropolitan Opera
star, termed "Candidate for
Greatness" by the New York
Times, soprano Judith Blegen ap-
pears in Hill Auditorium at 8:30
p.m. Blegen will sing excerpts
from "Italienisches Liederbuch"
by Wolf, works by Brahms, and
"Chansons de Ronsard" by
Milhaud. Martin Katz will accom-
pany her at the piano. Tickets are
from $6 to $16 through Musical
Society offices in Burton Tower.
Call 764-2538.
Canterbury Loft
Nada performs Dreaming the
Dark. See listing for Friday.
Prism Productions
Proto-punk wildman Iggy Pop
commemorates the 15th anniver-
sary of his Ann Arbor premiere
with the Stooges in a concert at the
Michigan Theatre beginning at 8
p.m. Cut-throat recording artist
and invisible man look-alike Nash
the Slash warms up the crowd.
Since it's one day before
Halloween, a costume contest will
be held too. Tickets are $12.50. Call
University Activities Center
People who like to get up early

and run long distances are invited
to this morning's Go Blue Run. To
be held on North Dampus, the Run
is sponsored by the Student Alumni
Council and begins at 9 a.m. Call
Yes, there is a football game to
complement all those1
Homecoming parties. The
Wolverines take on Minnesota
today at 1 p.m. at the Michigan
Stadium. Go A.C.! Go Blue! Call
Ann Arbor Art Association
So, you're a real cut-up, huh?
Show what you can do at today's
Pumpkin Head contest. Categories
include scariest, friendliest, and
most unusual. Winners of pum-
pkins brought in today will be an-
nounced October 30. Ann Arbor Art
Association (117 W. Liberty) Call
Arborland Shopping Center
Enter your best effort in the
Halloween Costume Contest and
try for cash prizes and gift cer-
tificates at Arborland Shopping
Center. 3 p.m. Call 971-1825. Free.
Ann Arbor Jaycees
This Haunted House features
dark hallways with vampires,
goblins, ghosts and other terrifying
creatures. Arborland Shopping
Center hosts the 6-9 p.m. scares
($1.50, children 75 cents). Call 971-
University Activities Center
The Alumni Center hosts an open
house today at 4p.m. All invited.
Today's Homecoming activities
include a post-game tailgate party
in the University Club at 4:30 p.m.
The Union's Ballroom hosts the big
event, the Homecoming-Halloween
Masquerade Ball tonight at 9 p.m.
Entertainment by Astralight. Call
Benningan's Tavern
The Halloween Magic party con-
tinues. See Friday listing.
University Exhibit Museum Star
Baroque composer Antonio
Vivaldi's music serves as the
theme to the planetarium concert
entitled "The Four Seasons." The
audience travels through a year -in
time and views a clear, dark night
sky for each season. Showtimes
are 11:30 a.m., 2:00, and 3:15 p.m.
(1109 Geddes Ave.). Tickets are $1
per person.
Yoga Center
A Halloween Costume Party for
Kids of all ages with games, prizes
and refreshments from 7-10 p.m. at
the Yoga Center (205 E. Ann).
Donations accepted. Call 769-4321.
University Activities Center
Dance over to a masquerade ball
featuring Astralight's R&B/funk-
influenced rock music. 9 p.m.,
Michigan Union Ballroom. Call

Old Town-Local musicians per-
form this evening.
Rick's American Cafe-Rick's
hosts a DJ-ed Halloween Party.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot appears with
beautiful piano.
Second Chance-The Intents
have a top-40 Halloween party.
School of Music
Gustav Meier conducts the
University Symphony Orchestra in
a special Halloween Concert
tonight at Hill Auditorium at 9 p.m.
Scary music ! Call 764-2119. Free.
The Ark
Margret Macarthur plays the
folk music of Vermont, of all
places, tonight at 8 p.m.. (1421
Hill). Doors open at 7:30. Call 761-
East Quadrangle
The Quad hosts the fine Blues of
Luther Allison at its unique
Halloween Party. A local band
open for Mr. Allison; the best party
in town?!
Young People's Theater
A Halloween Horror Film
Festival at the Michigan Theater
runs from 4 p.m. until 2 a.m.
Divided into two sections, the first
will feature The Hound of the
Baskervilles, Beneath the Planet
of the Apes, and the 1925 silent
classic Phantom of the Opera
starring Lorr Chaney. Accom-
panied by Don Thompson on thej
theateraorgan, the second section
starts at 9 p.m. and includes The
House of Wax, Wait Until Dark,
and The Raven. Tickets for either
the 4-9 p.m. or 9 p.m.-2 a.m. shows
is $3; for both shows $5. Call 996-
Bennigan's Tavern
The Sunday brunch puts the
finishing touches on a weekend-
long Halloween party. There will
be magic and entertainment as
there was Friday and Saturday
nights. See Friday listing.
University Exhibit Museum Star
A planetarium show entitled
"The Four Seasons-A Cosmic
Concert" features the music of An-
tonio Vivaldi. It sends the audience
on a trip through the four seasons
accompanied by fine Baroque
classical music. See Saturday
Hillel Foundation
Dr. Fran Klein Parker will speak
today at 2:00 p.m. The topic will be
"Children of Holocaust Sur-
vivors." (1429 Hill Street) Call

Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-David Meyer entertains
through cocktail hour with mellow
piano solos.
University Club-DJ Michael
Kremen rocks around the clock
with his Oldies show.
School of Music
Marijim Thoene, DMA, perfor-
ms on the Hill Auditorium organ
tonight at 8 p.m. Call 764-2117.
Blood Drive Competition
Alpha Phi Omega urges all red-
blooded adults to donate some of
their fine corpuscles for the start of
this blood drive competition again-
st Ohio State. Today's donors
should be at the Pendleton Room in
the Michigan Union between 11 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. Roll up those
Center for Continuing Education of
Margery Shaw, M.D., J.D.
delivers the second annual War-
ner-Lambert Lecture in Science
today at 4 p.m. in the South Lec-
ture Hall, Medical Science II
building. Her talk, "Legal Issues
Involving Genetic Risks and
Reproductive Alternatives'' is
hosted by the Departrhent of
Human Genetics. Call 764-2382.
The Center for Western European
The Center joins a host of local
organizations in sponsoring a lec-
ture, entitled "Contemporary
Politics in the North of Ireland,"
by Bernadette Devlin McAliskey in
the Rackham Amphitheater at 4
p.m. Call 763-3552. Free.
Young People's Theater
Are you Humbug material? If so,
audition between 7:30 and 9:30
p.m. for the Theater's (308 S.
State) December production of
Scrooge, written by Jim Moran.
Children and older performers
wanted. Call 996-3888.

tonight's 8 p.m. faculty piano
recital at Rackham. Call 764-2117.
Young People's Theater
Auditions for Scrooge from 7:30-
9:30 p.m. See Friday listing.
Residential College
The RC hosts punk poet Alice
Notley in a special public reading
of her own work in East Quad's
Benzinger Library at 8 p.m.
Notley, a New York resident and
sometime teacher, appears as part
of the well-respected Writers-in-
Residence Program which is sup-
ported by a National Endowment
for the Arts grant. Recommended.
Call 763-0176. Free.
Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Join Larry Mander-
ville for piano solos.
The Habitat-Dance to the top-40
music of the Wiz Kid's.
Joe's Star Lounge- Sun
Messengers shed their light at
Mr. Flood's Party-The Stormy
Rice Band from Wisconsin plays
smooth country.
Mile High Club-Stolen Legacy
plays more reggae for your
listening and dancing pleasure.
Rick's American Cafe-Former
REO guitarist Duke Tomato plays
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot plays more
sweet piano.
Department of Theatre and Drama
The Department players present
James Baldwin's play The Amen
Corner in a four-night engagement
through November 6, starting
tonight at 8 p.m. This is a story of a
black boy who desires to be a man,
a woman who loves her men too
much, and dealings with black
Harlem inhabitants in their search
for themselves through the church
and their own consciences. (227 S.
Ingalls) Call 763-5213.
Young People's Theater
Fall theater courses at the
Theater (308S. State) begin today,
featuring teachers from the
University and Detroit's Attic
Theater and courses for all ages.
Call 996-3888.
Department of - Romance
A lecture entitled "Cesaire's
Return to My Native Land: An Ar-
chetypal Approach" will be
presented by Aliko Songolo, of the
University of California-Irvine, at
4:15 p.m. in the Rackham West
Conference Room. Call 764-5345.
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts
The English Composition Board
presents a mini-lecture,
"Organizing the Research Paper,"
by John Reiff at 2203 Angell Hall
from 4-5 p.m. Get your pencils
sharpened. Call 764-0429. Free.

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Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot plays solo'
Second Chance-The Intents are
another top-40 rock band.
University Club-The Whiz Kids
are a surprising dance band.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)-
Buster Banks bring back jazz
School of Music
Christine Eckers, BM, performs
on slute at Recital Hall tonight at 8
p.m. Call 764-2119. Free.
University Musical Society
The Peking Ensemble, a group
10O Weekend/October 29, 1982

(1421 Hill). Doors open at 8:30. Call
Department of Dance
All are invited to today's 6-8 p.m.
friends of dance African Party at
the Dance Building Studio A
Theater. Prof. Vera Embree's
Afro II class performs while you
enjoy wine and hors d'oeuvres.
Call 763-5460.
Michigan Community Theater
Local singers, comedians, and
dancers present "The Michigan

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Come listen to the
beautiful piano of Larry Mander-
The Habitat-Tonight the Wiz
Kid's appear with top-40 dance
Joe's Star Lounge-Four bands
headline tonight's benefit for a
literary magazine, Skywriting.
They include Ragnar Kvaran, It
Play, Jane, and Mike Gould & the
Gene Pool Band.
Mr. Flood's Party-John Gage
performs country/folk music
again tonight.
Mile High Club-Stolen Legacy
somes your way with more reggae.
Mountain Jack's-Rainbow ap-
pears to perform great top-40 dan-
ce music.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot soothes your
evening with sweet piano solos.
University Club-This is Reggae
Music! With DJ Michael Kremen.

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the Guild

Bars & Clubs
Joe's Star Lounge- Greenpeace
benefit with Pangaea and-
Mr. Flood's Party-Martin
Simmons and the Spaceheaters
burn it up.
Mile High Club-Local reggae
afficionados Stolen Legacy play
the Halloween Party.

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig-George Bedard &
Mr. B. will boogie your blues away.
The Earle-Larry Manderville
plays sweet piano tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge-Blue Front
Persuasion bring R&B to Joe's
Mr. Flood's Party-John Gage
performs country/folk music this
Mile High Club-Stolen Legacy
reappears with more reggae.

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