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International Presentations 1982-83

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Choral Union Series in Hill Auditorium
Itzhak Perlman, Violinist ......................Tues., Oct. 5
Prague Symphony Orchestra ...............Thurs., Oct. 21
Jiri Belohlavek, Conductor
Judith Blegen, Soprano ............ .........Sat., Oct. 30
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra ............... Sun., Nov. 14
Kurt Masur, Conductor
Los Angeles Philharmonic ...... . ............Tues., Dec. 7
Carlo Maria Giulini, Conductor
Hakan Hagegard, Baritone .....................Wed., Feb. 9
Dresden Staatskapelle.................... Sun., Mar. 6
Herbert Blomstedt, Conductor
Boston Symphony Orchestra ..................Wed., Mar. 16
Seiji Ozawa, Conductor
Murray Perahia, Pianist ..................Thurs., Mar. 24
Chicago Symphony Orchestra ......... . .... Thurs., April 14
Sir Georg Solti, Conductor
Series of 10 concerts:
Block B-$100; Block C-$65; Block D-$55; Block E-$45

Choice Series in Power Center
Festival of the Nile .........................Thurs., Oct. 7
"Pirin" Bulgarian Folk Festival.............Wed., Oct. 13
Demon Drummers and Dancers of Sado ........ Sat., Oct. 16
Zagreb Grande Ballet ..........................Sat., Oct. 23
"Nutcracker" Ballet ................. Fri.-Sun., Dec. 17-19
Tamburitzans Folk Ensemble .................Sat., Jan. 15
Pilobolus ........................Tues. & Wed., Mar. 1 & 2
Ballet Folclorico Nacional de Mexico .......... Tues., Mar. 8
Ali Akbar Kahn .......................4.. Thurs., Mar. 10
Joffrey II ......................Tues. & Wed., April 19 & 20
Series of 4: Block A-$40; Block B-$35; Block C-$30; Block D-$24
Series of 8: Block A-$80; Block B-$70; Block C-$60; Block D-$48
Debut and Encore Series in Rackham Auditorium
Elmar Oliveira, Violinist .................... Mon., Oct. 18
Lydia Artymiw, Pianist ........ ............ Fri., Nov. 12
Santiago Rodriguez, Pianist ..................Thurs., Jan. 27
Michael Lorimer, Guitarist .................... Sat., Mar. 26
Series of 4: Block A-$27.50; Block B-$22.50; Block C- $17.50
Chamber Arts Series in Rackham Auditorium
Schola Cantorum of Oxford ..................Sun., Oct. 3
Fresk String Quartet .........................Wed., Oct. 27
Borodin Trio . ...................... ....Sat., Nov. 20
Guarneri Quartet ............................. Sun., Jan. 9
Guarneri Quartet.......................Sun., Feb. 13
The Belgian Chamber Orchestra and
with Miha Pogacnik, Violinist ................ Fri., Mar 4
I Solisti Aquilani and

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A good selection of religious reading
material is sold at Logos Book Store,
1205 S. University St. Logos has an ex-
tensive collection of posters and prints
along with a fine gift and card shop.
When shopping for textbooks, studen-
ts have basically three choices:
Follett's, Ulrich's and University
Cellar.
U Cellar generally has the lowest
prices, but its location, 341 E. Liberty,
may be a bit out of the way for many
students.
The Cellar has promised, however,
even lower textbook prices and a shut-
tle to their new store during bookrush at
the beginning of each term to lure
customers.
In addition to its textbook selection, U
Cellar also has a good choice of
notebooks and other school supplies.
The store has a sundries department
where you can find anything from hen-
na creme rinse to toothbrushes. And on
North Campus, the Cellar has an outlet
which specializes in art supplies.
Ulrich's, 549 E. University St., is
probably as well known for its Michigan
memorabilia as its books. It has the
definitive selection of T-shirts, key
chains, ash trays, and anything else you
could stick a maize-and-blue 'M' on.
Ulrich's does, however,'have a com-

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Daily Photo by JACKIE BELL
A TABLE OF half-priced books stands outside of David's Books, home of
one of the most complete used book collections in Ann Arbor.
Visit a museum

Gary Karr, Double Bass ....... .
Fitzwilliam String Quartet ........ .

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.............Fri., April 8

Series of 8: Block A-$55; Block B-$45; Block C-$35
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Johnson called "The Boyhood of Lin-
coln" and Charles Wimer's "The At-
tack on the Emigrant Train." Also on
the main floor is modern art which in-
cludes Jacques Lipshitz sculpture in
bronze called "Happiness."
On display upstairs is Asian and
African art. The Asian collection in-
cludes Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
art. One can catch a glimpse of a 13th
century Chinese Bodhisattva or an ink
on silk hanging scroll from the Ch'ing
dynasty (1644-1912). The hanging
scrolls, the printed silk, and the wood
and ivory carvings are characteristic of
the intricate and delicately detailed
Asian art.
The Museum of Art holds several
special exhibits during the year. From
September 25 to November 21, the prin-
ts of Frank Stella, post-abstract ex-
pressionist, will be on display. This is a
must-see exhibit.
The Kelsey Archeological Museum is
located in an old stone building across
from Angell Hall. The permanent
exhibit includes painted stucco from
the 2nd century Roman Empire and a
bust of Augustus, the first emperor of
Rome and son to Julius Caesar. Vases,
urns, gravestones, and sections of
capitals and pediments from the early
Roman empire are also part of the
display.
Italian and Greek urns dating from
1400 BC are preserved amazingly well.
The oldest pieces in the museum are
stone seals from 3500 BC Egypt.
A trip to the Clements Library (Rare
Books) is a trip into the past. The
library resembles a room in a Victorian

mansion. Rare books, mostly English
and American, line all of the walls and
special exhibits are held here
periodically. It's a great place to curl
up with your Pride and Prejudice or
The American.
The Natural Science Museum is an
entertaining and enlightening place. It
is the only place on campus where one
can see skeletons of a Mastadon,
allosaur, or sabertooth tiger. Fossilized
animals and eggs and insects are also
on display, along with the skeleton of a
Moa bird which became extinct about
300-400 years ago.
On the third floor is an extensive
display of stuffed birds, fish, and
animals found in Michigan.

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