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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-DJ Frank
Cleveland keeps the oldies spin-
ning.
Arbor Valley Inn-Top-40 dance
band Scat plays for your enter-
tainment.
The Blind Pig-Blind Jim
Brewer and Andy Cohen kick out
the blues.
The Earle-The ever-popular
Ron Brooks Trio pumps out the
jazz.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox)-
Steve Larson plays contemporary
jazz piano.
The Habitat-The Whiz Kids
play all sorts of popular hits.
Mainstreet Saloon-Riddim and
Blues from the Blue Front Per-
suaders
Joe's StarLounge-Ann Arbor's
famous Steve Nardella plays
rockabilly.
Mr. Flood's Party-Stormy Rice
plays country and western all night
long.
Mountain Jack's-Rainbow
plays Top-40 dance music.
Rick's American Cafe-World-
renowned Blues guitarist Luther

sity campus, testimony to
Michigan's splendid conference
facilities. Several musical presen-
tations are scheduled to coincide
with these meetings. Complete in-
formation is available at the
School of Music from professors
Thomas Taylor and Edward
Chudacoff. Call 665-3717.
School of Music
The official opening of the opera
Rake's Progress takes place this
evening at the Power Center at 8
p.m. This opera by Stravinsky is
generally referred to as one of the
20th century's most brilliant
neoclassical works. This produc-
tion will engage the talents of the
University Opera Theater, Univer-
sity Dance Company, University
Choir, and University Symphony
Orchestra. Robert Altman will also
make his debut as a director on the
operatic stage. Tickets are $6 and
are available through the office of
Major Events box office, 763-2071.
Office of Major Events
The Office of Major Events is
pleased to present in concert this
evening the unique and legendary
Chicago, at the Crisler Arena, 7:30
p.m. Call 763-2071.
The Ark
Ann Arbor's harmonica hero and
one-man band Madcat Ruth plays
at the Ark this evening. Doors open
at 8:30, Madcat appears at 9 p.m.
Tickets are $5. (1421 Hill) Call 761-
1451.

drew's Hall (431 E. Congress) from
9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Be there! Tickets
$5 in advance, $6 at the door.
University Exhibit Museum and
Department of Aerospace
Enginieering
The University's continuing
Astrofest series brings
"Spacespunds" to your ears.
Tonight's free public program at
7:30 p.m. in the Modern Language
Building's Auditorium A features
recorded natural radio emissions
from astronomical objects, space-
inspired music, and sound
highlights of alumnus Jack
Lousma's historic space shuttle
flight. Call 764-7260. Free.
Rick's American Cafe
Chicago bluesman and guitarist
extraordinaire Luther Allison
returns to Ann Arbor after his
smoking appearance at the recent
East Quad Halloween party. This
guy gets the John Mayall out in
you. Recommended. Call 996-2747.
Theater
Saline Area Players
The Players continue'their three-
night run of the famous comedy
Arsenic and Old Lace this evening
at the Saline High School
Auditorium. The film with Cary
Grant made Teddy Roosevelt a
household word for inanity and
great fun. Show starts at 8 p.m.

Dance
University Folk Dance Club
Beginners welcome to tonight's
continuing series of dance and
teaching sessions. Meet at the dan-
ce studio (William and State) at 8
p~m. Advanced teaching starts at
7:30. Call 665-9427.
Etc.
University Center for South and
Southeast Asian Studies
Vira Sachakul, a graduate
student in the University College of
Architecture and Urban Planning,
talks today on "BangkoknShop
Houses: Socio-Economic Analysis
and Strategies for Improvement."
Lecture begins at noon in the Lane
Hall Commons Room at the Cen-
ter. Call 764-7260. Free.
Anthropology Department
Visiting lecturer Thomas
Moylan speaks "On Reviving the
Notion of Tribe: Some Linguistic
Evidence for Social Groups in New
Guinea" in 2003 Angell Hall at 4
p.m. Free.
Ann Arbor Public Library
Friends of the Ann Arbor Public
Library will be selling books on
virtually every topic to raise
money for future programs.
Records are also available. Fifth
and William Streets. A grocery bag
full of books for $3. 5:30-9:00 p.m.

Music -
Eclipse Jazz/University Club
Detroit jazz artist Wendell
Harrison appears with special
guest and extremely talented
vocalist Leon Thomas and friends
tonight at the U-Club beginning at 8
p.m. The $6 admission fee will
benefit Music Unlimited, a non-
profit organization dedicated to
providing support for aspiring un-
der-privileged young musicians.
Recommended. Call 763-5924.
School of Music
The Rake's Progress continues.
See Friday's listing.
The Ark
Atn Arbor's own Madcat Ruth.
See Friday Music.
Brass Ring
Recombinant DNA results
DEVO brings their de-evolutionary
army to the Fox Theatre in
Detroit. Tickets are $11.50 and
$10.50 to see the mutant spuds.
They're available at all Hudson's
and CTC outlets. Show starts at 8
p.m. Call 546-7610.
The Blind Pig
Master blues guitarist Blind Jim
Brewer takes the stage tonight and
tomorrow at 9:30 p.m. A (Chicago)
Maxwell Street veteran with over
40 years of experience, Brewer's
Martin guitar makes a fitting pair
with Luther Allison's Stratocaster,
playing at Rick's. See and hear
'em both. $2.75 (208 S. First) Call
996-8555.
Theater
University Department of Theater
and Drama
Last chance to see Amen Corner.
See Friday for details.
Sports
Volleyball
Coach Sandy Vong leads his
spikers in their final season home
game against Wisconsin today at 4
p.m. Central Campus Recreation
Building. Free.
Etc
Hillel Foundation
A Hebrew Cultural Fair is
featured in the Markley Concourse
Lounge. 7-10 p.m. Call 663-3336.
Free.
Ann Arbor Public Library
A giant reduced price book sale
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. See Friday
listing.
Committee on Ethics, Humanism,
and Medicine
The T'enth Conference on Ethics,
Humanism, and Medicine will be
held in the Thomas Francis Public
Health Building. Topics that will
be covered include "Refusing to
treat the Non-Compliant Patient,"
"Minors and Birth Control," and
"Civil Defense: A Professional
Obligation for the Physician?"
Advance registration must be
made; fee is $5 half day, $10 full
day. There is a student discount.
For more information call 764-6263
or write CEHM, 209 Tyler, East
Quad.
American Society for Training and
Development
The Ann Arbor chapter will be
sponsoring a workshop on "Using
Our Differences: Paths to Produc-
tivity." 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Call Dee
at 763-9946.

Bars & Clubs
Joe's Star Lounge-The Barry
Beam Band beams into a2 with
synthesizer funk.
Mr. Flood's Party-Pulsations
perform unclassifiable but good
noise.
Rick's American Cafe-Benefit
for Latin-American solidarity.
Second Chance-See Music.

The Blind Pig
More blues from Blind
Brewer. See Saturday listing.

Pig

Luther Allison: Friday,

Saturday night at Rick's

Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-DJ Frank
Cleveland plays music from oldies
to '80s.E
Arbor Valley Inn-Scat grinds
out all the Top-40 hits. Dancing.
The Blind Pig-Blind Jim
Brewer and Andy Cohen play the
blues.
The Earle-The Ron Brooks Trio
does jazz with piano, bass, and
drums.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox)-
Winifred Kerner plays some
classical piano.
The Habitat-The Whiz kids at-
tempt to please everybody with
their music.
Main Street Saloon-The Blue
Front Persuaders return.
Joe's Star Lounge-Steve Nar-
della plays his excellent
rocktbilly.
Mr. Flood's Party-Stormy Rice
thunders in with country and
western.
Pretzel Bell-R.F.D. mail them-
selves into town with bluegrass.
Rick's American Cafe-Blues
guitarist Luther Allison. See
Friday.
Second Chance-The Original
Dittilies have a real cool time with
oldies.
Stage Door-Comedy musicians
Malone and Noocheeze appear. '

Music
Prism Productions
Twist and Crawl to the rock
steady sound of England's
inimitable Beat tonight at Second
Chance. Better get there early
'cause there's only a few tickets
left-available at the door only,
The Ark
Multi-instrumentalist Grit
Laskin of Friends of Fiddlers
Green tries it alone tonight at 8
p.m. (1421 Hill). Tickets are $5;
doors open at 7:30.
University Musical Society
Famed guitarist Julian Bream
gives a performance this afternoon
at 4 p.m. in Hill Auditorium. This
English guitarist began his career
32 years ago at his debut ap-
pearance at Wigmore Hall. He has
studied with such guitar greats as
Boris Perrot and Carlos Segovia,
and has recorded many award-
winning albums. Tonight's concert
features works by De Visee, Weiss,
Bach, Walton, Berkeley, Rodrigo
and Turina. Tickets are $7-$11. Call
665-3717.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
St. Andrew's (906 N. Division)
Chancel Choir celebrates Joseph
Haydn's 250th birthday with a
choral and orchestral concert
devoted to Haydn's Nelson Mass.
The choir will be accompanied by a
16-piece chamber orchestra. Con-
cert tarts at 8 p.m. There is a free
will offering at the door. Call 663-
0518.
Brass Ring
Paul Carrack's Noise to Go,
featuring British rock and roll
revivalist Nick Lowe is at the
Royal Oak Music Theatre at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $10. Call 546-7610.
School of Music
Closing night of Stravinsky's
Rake's Progress. See listing for
Friday.
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig-George Bedard &
Mr. B. get on down with some
boogie.
The Earle-Larry Manderville,
jazz pianist pounds 'em out.
Joe's Star Lounge-It's Blues
Monday with the Blue Front Per-
suaders.
Mr. Flood's Party-Folk and
Country/Western with Steve
Newhouse.

Rick's American Cafe-Local
rock and roll with the Suspects.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-
Second Chance-Reggae
masters I-tal; see Monday listing.
Music
Eclipse Jazz
Eclipse's weekly jazz im-
provisation workshop will be hap-
pening tonight at the William
Monroe Trotter House (1443
Washtenaw Avenue). II-V-I Or-
chestra and Urbations member
David Swain is the director; $2.00
is the price.
Etc
Turner Geriatric Clinc
Toslay's learning program "As
Families Grow Older," opens the
clinic's new five session meetings
for adults with aging parents and
older persons with adult children.
(2301 Packard) Call 764-2556 or 483-
1418.
Ann Arbor Public Library
The concluding day of a
weekend-long book sale. 9-5 p.m.
See Friday-listing.
Department of Near Eastern
Studies
Professor Kemal Karpat of the
University of Wisconsin will lec-
ture on the topic of "Democracy
and Constitutionalism: The
Turkish Way." 4-5:30, Lecture
Room 2, MLB:
Hillel Foundation
"Consumerism in Israel" is
discussed by Maya Tavori as part
of a continuing series of lecture in
Hebrew. Michigan League Con-
ference Rooms 4 & 5. 12:00 p.m .
663-3336. Free.

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Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Larry Manderville is
still playing piano.
The Habitat-Whiz Kids again.
Joe's Star Lounge-Get strafed
by Flying Tiger rockabilly.
Mr. Flood's Par-
ty-Rockabilly/country Bonneville
style.
Rick's American Cafe-Squirm
and skaffle with Urbations.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-
Second Chance-Top-40 cover
with Sweet Crystal.
University Club-Winifred Ker-
ner makes another weekly ap-
pearance with classical piano.
Music
The Ark
Open-mike night means that it's
your chance to take the stage. The
doors open at 8:30 for the show
starting at 9p.m. (1421 Hill). Free.
Music
Ann Arbor Council for Traditional
Music and Dance
Betsy Beckerman appears at
tonight's 8 p.m. continuing house
concert series. "Banjo Betsy" per-
forms on (you guessed it) banjo, as
well as mountain dulcimer and
guitar. The Council is a division of
the Peter Mattis Memorial Fund.
(1029 Westaire Way) Call 662-9325.
Theater
University Department of Theatre,
and Drama
Opening night of the classic
I Greek tragedy The Trojan Women.
Written in 415 B.C. by Euripides,
the action takes place among the
ruins of the Trojan War. A must for
classical theatre enthusiasts and
Greeks of all kinds. Don't wear a
toga. 8 p.m. in the New Trueblood
Arena. Tickets at the
Professional TheatreaProgram
Ticket Office in the Michigan
League. Call 764-0450.
Poetry
Department of English Language
and Literature
Poet and writer-in-residence
Carolyn Forche reads selections
from her own work today at 4 p.m.
in the Rackham East Conference
Room as part of the 1982 Fall
Poetry and Fiction Series. Free.
Etc
University German Department
University of Bielefeld professor
Wilhelm Vosskamp lectures
tonight at 8 p.m. on "Dokumen-
tation oder Erzahlung? Zur En-
twicklung der Deutschen
Prosaliteratur in der Gegenwart"
(don't ask us). West Conference
Room. Call 764-5397. Free.

Bars & Clubs
Apartment Lounge-Jazz from
Misters Vornhagen, Smith, and
Larson.
The Earle-Larry Manderville,
jazz pianist.
The Habitat-Whiz Kids once
more.
Joe's Star Lounge-former
members of Funktion and The
Space Heaters get together to form
Public Notice-Funk.
Mr. Flood's Party-Neil Wood-
ward plays folk guitar.
Rick's American Cafe-Rockin'
Rockabillies chat with Let's Talk
About Girls-from E. Lansing.
Second Chance-Was Not Was
1 with Sweet Pea Atkinson continue
a big week at the Chance.
MUSIC
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
The Volunteam, an auxiliary
service group for the Ann Arbor
Symphony Orchestra, will meet
tonight at 6 p.m. in Conference
Room #5 of the Michigan League.
Anyone interested in assisting the
orchestra on a volunteer basis with
such activities as concert
ushering, fund raising, refresh-
ments at rehearsals, assistance to
the elderly and handicapped at
concerts, newsletter items, booths
and parking at the Art Fair, and
the annual geranium sale is invited
to this meeting. 971-3118.

Classical piano with Winifred Ker-
ner.
The Habitat-Whiz Kids play
songs from the radio.
Joe's Star Lounge-Reggae with
Stolen Legacy.
Mr. Flood's Party-The Blue
Front Persuaders bop into Mr.
Flood's.
Mile High Club-Dance to the
ska/rock of Madison.
Rick's American Cafe-Rock
and funk with Astralight.
Second Chance-New York Doll
David Johansen croons for the
crowd. See Music.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)-
Reggie Nye comes on with big
band and show tunes at the piano.
Music
The Ark
Tune yourself in to some Celtic
music tonight at 9 p.m. as Na
Caberfe plays highland pipes and
drums. (1421 Hill) Tickets are $6
with doors opening at 8:30.
Prism Productions
Former New York Doll and Mick
Jagger look-alike David Johansen
takes to the Second Chance stage
tonight at 9:30 p.m. (515 E. Liber-
ty). With a recent live release,
"Live It Up," this show is sure to
feature some outrageous versions
of standards and rarities. Tickets
are $7.50. Call 665-4755.
Theater
University Department of Theatre
and Drama
The Trojan Women continues.
See Wednesday's listing.
Etc
Hillel Foundation
Maya Tavori addresses "The
Law and the Consumer in Israel"
in another of her Brown Bag lec-
tures in Hebrew. Michigan League
Conference Rooms 4 & 5. 12 p.m.
663-3336. Free.
Department of English
Another in a series of informal
talks by area scholars on method
in the human sciences, with par-
ticular reference to cultural and
literary studies. A.L. Becker will
speak on "Meditations (of a
linguist) on an Old Javanese
Tale." 7:30 p.m. East Conference
Room, 4th floor, Rackham.

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Allison appears.
Second Chance-The Original
Dittilies play some older, but not
staler tunes.
Stage Door-Comedy musicians
Malone and Noocheeze will keep
you laughing.
Music
School of Music
The annual meetings of the
American Musicological Society
for Music Theory will be held in the
Michigan League and the
Rackham Building. This will be the
first time in many years that these
two societies have met on a univer-

Brass Ring
The Psychedelic Furs, one of"
England's reigning post-punk ban-
ds bring their powerful music and
poetic lyrics to the Royal Oak
Music Theatre at 8 p.m. Tickets
are $10. Call 546-7610.
Prism Productions
Ann Arbor's favorite rockers the
Urbations perform tonight for
"The Sound of Detroit" in honor of
the release of their new 45, "The
Whip" b/w "Skaffle." Along with
the Urbations at this record party
will be guests Midnight Sky and
Marcus Belgrave. The wild party
takes place at the historic St. An-

and concludes tomorrow night.
Call 429-5737.
UniversitDepartment of Theater
and Drama
James Ba-ldwin useO1 his
childhood memories to write The
Amen Corner, the story of a boy
who desires to be a man, a woman
who loves her men too much, and
the dealings with black Harlem
inhabitants in their search for
themselves through the church and
their own consciences. 8 p.m. at
the Lydia 'Mendelssohn Theater.
Tickets $3.50, on sale in the
Michigan League. Call 764-0450.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Jazz with the Ron
Brooks Trio.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox)-

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