100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 11, 1982 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1982-11-11

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

The Michigan Daily-Thursday, November 11, 1982-Page 5

'S

Brought To

You by

/

The Michigan Daily
TV LISTINGS

- - -

Thursday
Daytime Specials
5:15 HBO STANDING ROOM ONLY "Crystal
Gayle In Concert" The Grammy Award-win-
ning star sings many of her biggest hits,
including "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes
Blue" and "Talking In Your Sleep."
10:30 © @ REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE Bri-
an Smyth hosts coverage of the annual trib-
ute to Canadian soldiers who sacrificed their
lives in times of war from the National War
Memorial in Ottawa's Confederation Square.
r Daytime Sports
,630 p @i SKI SCHOOL Tips for better skiing.
(Filmed at Killington, Vt.) (R)
7:00 UID SPORTSCENTER
900 SPORTSWOMAN (R)
9:30 ( E ALL-STAR SPORTS CHALLENGE
10:00 ED SPORTSCENTER
12:00 O E AUTO RACING Coverage of the
NASCAR Atlanta Journal 500, from Atlanta
International Speedway in Hampton, Ga.
(R)
3:00 10 RACQUETBALL (R)
3:30 I 0 VIC'S VACANT LOT (R)
*'Daytime Movies
6:00 m ** "The Great Train Robbery" (1979)
Sean Connery, Donald Sutherland. Two
expert turn-of-the-century con artists
attempt to pull off the seemingly impossible
robbery of a locked safe aboard a fast-mov-
ing locomotive. 'PG'
6:30 8 HBO *** "I Go Pogo" (1980) Ani-
mated. Voices of Jonathan Winters, Vincent
Price. The most popular resident of
Okefenokee Swamp decides t9 run for presi-
dent. 'PG'
8:00 (D HBO ** Y "Father Figure" (1980) Hal
Linden, Timothy Hutton. Upon their mother's
death, two sons are reunited with their father
after an eight-year separation.
I ** "Convoy" (1978) Kris Kristoffer-
son, Ali MacGraw. Truckers and cops
attempt to outwit one another in a rough-
and-tumble war on wheels. 'PG'
8:30 m *** "The Paleface" (1948) Bob
Hope, Jane Russell. Calamity Jane shoots
her way into the heart of an Eastern dentist.
9:051 (D D *** "A Man Called Gannon"
(1969) Tony Franciosa, Michael Sarrazin.
An experienced cowboy sets about teaching
an Eastern dude the ways of the range.
10:00 ID HBO *** "The Great Adventure"
(1976) Jack Palance, Joan Collins. A young
boy is abandoned with his dog in the rugged
'Alaskan Rockies.
00 **2 -"Shadow Over Elveron"
(1968) James Franciscus, Leslie Nielsen.
After the sheriff murders a young boy, an
incorruptible man sets out to bring dignity
back to the hearts of the townspeople.
ID ** 2 "Tattoo" (1981) Bruce Dern,
Maud Adams. An obsessed tattoo artist kid-
naps a fashion model and proceeds to cover
her body with his handiwork. 'R'
11:30( HBO **1 "Foolin' Around" (1980)
Gary Busey, Annette O'Toole. A naive coun-
try boy tries to win a beautiful, sophisticated
college coed away from her snobbish fiance
and her equally uppity family. 'PG'
12:00 C3 @ * * * "Tobruk" (1967) Rock Hud-
son, George Peppard. British and German
anti-Nazis blow up German fuel supplies in
Tobruk.
) ** "The Great Train Robbery" (1979)
Sean Connery, Donald Sutherland. Two
expert turn-of-the-century con artists
attempt to pull off the seemingly impossible
robbery of a locked safe aboard a fast-mov-
in locomotive. 'PG'
1:00W **Y2 "Jack And The Beanstalk"
(1952) Abbott and Costello, Buddy Baer.
While baby-sitting, Lou falls asleep and
dreams he's Jack the Giant Killer.
Q m ® ** * "Hell Is For Heroes"
(1962) Steve McQueen, Bobby Darin. A
squad of American GIs is ordered to hold
back the Germans at any cost.
1:05 ©D (D * ** "Seminole" (1953) Rock
Hudson, Barbara Hale. A Seminole chief
outwits the Army by refusing to sign a U.S.
peace treaty.
1:30 (D HBO * * "Silence Of The North"
(1981) Ellen Burstyn, Tom Skerritt. In 1919.
a young woman's marriage to a trapper
leads her to a life of hardship in the wilder-
ness of northern Canada. 'PG'
2:000m ** /2 "Shoot The Sun Down" (1980)
Christopher Walken, Margot Kidder. In 1836,
four disparate misfits use an old map to
search for buried gold. 'PG'
3:00m HBO **1 "Father Figure" (1980) Hal
Linden, Timothy Hutton. Upon their mother's
death, two sons are reunited with their father
after an eight-year separation.
3:30(M ** Y2 "Tattoo" (1981) Bruce Dern,
Maud Adams. An obsessed tattoo artist kid-
naps a fashion model and proceeds to cover
her body with his handiwork. 'R'
4:006 ©Q EIGHT IS ENOUGH
4 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS / BUSINESS
NEWS
O ® THE JEFFERSONS
E Q) GOOD AFTERNOON DETROIT
® PERSONAL FINANCE
MOD SQUAD
m ® PINK PANTHER
Q ® ® Q ® Q SESAME STREET
SUPERFRIENDS
Q1 INCREDIBLE HULK
ED DO IT FOR YOURSELF
U ( CFL FOOTBALL Montreal Concordes
at British Columbia Lions (R)

4:05 QD m THE M~UNSTERS
4:30 © ® FNN WRAP-UP 1 BUSINESS FINAL
( ALL IN THE FAMILY
UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR
® THE BRADY BUNCH
Q m SCOOBY DOO
ED 0WHAT'S NEW?
4:35 U D LEAVE IT TO BEAVER
5:008D 1 MAUDE
S ~1FREEMANREPORTS
0QA) BARNEY MILLER
Q QD NEWS

mDHBO MOVIE *** "I Go Pogo"
(1980) Animated. Voices of Jonathan
Winters, Vincent Price. The most popular
resident of Okefenokee Swamp decides to
run for president. 'PG'
D AN AMERICAN MOSAIC
ID DOCTOR WHO
Q QD& CHIPS PATROL
Q I(a ® I(§® Q 0MISTER ROGERS
PINK PANTHER
m0BUCK ROGERS
® KING OF KENSINGTON
5:05 m THE BRADY BUNCH
5:308 0 NEWS
®DCHANGING LIFE ON EARTH
®DDARK SHADOWS
®® O ® Qm 3-2-1 CONTACT
m THE MUPPETS
QD 01CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
EMMOVIE ** "Convoy" (1978) Kris Kris-
tofferson, Ali MacGraw. Truckers and cops
attempt to outwit one another in a rough-
and-tumble war on wheels. 'PG'
5:35 EU+®BEWITCHED
6:008D 0@)1) ED 0NEWS
U ®FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK
IDCULTURE, COMMUNITY AND IDENTITY
0 THE SCENE
m ID® MORK AND MINDY
Q ID R CONTEMPORARY HEALTH
ISSUES
Q m WELCOME BACK,.KOTTER
p mBJI/ LOBO
® MAGIC OF OIL PAINTING
Q E UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAV-
IOR
6:05 U I0 CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS
6:308 pD©CBS NEWS
© ® TAVI
p(1NBC NEWS
m HBO VIDEO JUKEBOX
I Q 0 MICHIGAN OUTDOORS
o ID m I LAVERNE & SHIRLEY &
COMPANY
QD I ® FOCUS ON SOCIETY
D 0 LONG WAY FROM TIPPERARY
O FROM THE 55-YARD LINE Action
highlights from the Canadian Football
League.
@OVEREASY
6:35 ® I BOB NEWHART
7:00 CD FAMILY FEUD
O ® JOKER'S WILD
p(~7ABC NEWSp
IDHBO MONEYMATTERS This fast-
paced documentary offers ways to save
money on telephone bills, a look at tag sales
and some insurance pointers.
® ID S I O Q BUSINESS
REPORT
ID EVENING REPORT
Q ID M*A*S*H
QD m BARNEY MILLER
O IDSTARSKY AND HUTCH
©D®0HAWAII FIVE-
o ® SPORTSFORUM
7:05 OD(ID GOMER PYLE
730 8 (PMMAGAZINE
O ®)TIC TAC DOUGH
© ( ~ JPEOPLE'S COURT
HBO BOXING'S BEST: MUHAMMAD
ALl
I R E ED MACNEIL/
LEHRER REPORT
THAT TEEN SHOW
m D THREE'S COMPANY
QD IDTHE JEFFERSONS
O ®SPORTSCENTER
0 MOVIE * ** "Rich And Famous"
(1981) Candice Bergen, Jacqueline Bisset.
Throughout the ups and downs of their
respective literary careers and romantic
lives, two women depend on their friendship
for stability. 'R'
7:35 O (D ANDY GRIFFITH
8'00 ©Q DMAGNUM. P..
(1) FAME
O O JOANIE LOVES CHACHI
ID VIDEO DETROIT
Q1 OPERATION BREADBASKET
OID m ®SMILEY'S PEOPLE The tran-
scripts of the Kirov tapes reveal Karla's
operations and allow Smiley and his people
to plan a trap for the Soviet agent. (Part 3)
ED ID(D MICHIGAN OUTDOORS
SID MOVIE ***1 2 "The Magnificent
Seven" (1960) Yul Brynner, Eli Wallach. A
band of gunfighters is hired to protect a
Mexican town from outlaws.
ED 0THE CHINESE
O ID NFL STORY: LINE BY LINE
ODI® SNEAK PREVIEWS
Q m0 ALL CREATURES GREAT AND
SMALL
m MOVIE * * "Girls" Four young girls set
out to declare their independence with boys,
romance and fun.
O®MOVIE *** "A Simple Story" (1978)
Romy Schneider, Claude Brasseur. A suc-
cessful but discontented divorcee has prob-
lems with her neurotic lover.
.8:05 s NCAA FOOTBALL Rutgers Scarlet
Kni hts vs West Virginia Muntaineers
8:301 © 7STAR OF THE FAMILY
m HBO MOVIE * ** "Ghost Story"
(1981) Fred Astaire, John Houseman. Mys-
terious deaths begin to decimate the ranks
of a small circle of elderly men who share
both a monthly storytelling get-together and
a 50~ ear-old secret. 'R'
® ® ® O® WILD AMERICA
®DEND TIME GOSPEL HOUR
- O TOP RANK BOXING
9:00 © ® MOVIE * * * 2 "Private Benjamin"
(1980) Goldie Hawn, Eileen Brennan. A
well-to-do young woman mistakenly joins
the Army following the death of her new hus-
band on their wedding night.
0 ® CHEERS
© ) TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT
® HITCHCOCK Cliff Robertson reviews the
career of Alfred Hitchcock through selected
film clips from some of the great Hollywood
director's most famous movies and recollec-
tions by the stars who worked for him.
®DJIM BAKKER
QD®DQ SNEAK PREVIEWS
ED®0ORIGINAL SIX HOCKEY HEROES
Boston at Toronto
Q ED GREAT RAILWAY JOURNEYS OF
THE WORLD

Q m0THIS OLD HOUSE
9:300(4) TAXI
Q:3DIT TAKES TWO
ODI 0 CALIFORNIA DREAMS
SED 0WILD AMERICA
0 MOVIE * * "The Great Train Robbery"
(1979) Sean Connery, Donald Sutherland.
Two expert turn-of-the-century con artists
attempt to pull off the seemingly impossible
robbery of a locked safe aboard a fast-mov-
ing locomotive. 'PG'

10:00 (I@ HILL STREET BLUES
0 (D 20 / 20
Q) SPY
®DFAITH FOR MIRACLES
0 I 0NEWS
O I 0 MOVIE ***12 "Made For Each
Other" (1939) Carole Lombard, James
Stewart. A young newlywed couple try to
cope with the ageless problem of interfering
in-laws.
E0THE NATIONAL /JOURNAL
Q MOVIE ** "Greenwich Village"
(1944) Don Ameche, Carmen Miranda.
Music and laughter surround a New York
City settlement during the 1920s.
© m0SOUND FESTIVAL
E MOVIE *1/2 "The Killing Kind" (1973)
John Savage, Cindy Williams. After serving
two years on a trumped-up sex charge, a
young man is released from prison and
begins seeking his revenge. 'R'
® DANCE FEST: PINEAPPLE POLL
10:30 m HBO VIDEO JUKEBOX
QDIDNEWS
11:00 0®(1)0 NEWS

naive country boy tries to win a beautiful,
sophisticated college coed away from her
snobbish fiance and her equally uppity fami-
I.'PG'
SNEAK PREVIEWS
Q I m MOVIE *** "Fighter Squad-
ron" (1948) Robert Stack, Edmond
O'Brien. A World War 11 flying ace survives a
number of perilous missions until D-Day,
when his real courage is put to the test.
I MOVIE *** "Rich And Famous"
(1981) Candice Bergen, Jacqueline Bisset.
Throughout the ups and downs of their
respective literary careers and romantic
lives, two women depend on their friendship
for stability. 'R'
® DANCE FEST: PINEAPPLE POLL
1:25 IMOVIE "Face On The Barroom Floor"
Dalty Cooper, Walter Miller.
1:30 ® WILD AMERICA
Q ®D NFL STORY: LINE BY LINE (R)
2:008 Q CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH
O @®ROMANCE THEATRE
ID MICHIGAN OUTDOORS
UQI® FROM THE 55-YARD LINE Action

TILEE S-TROVS
I-EET-R ILOVER
-AL
PX
a
TO RE-FILL
ib saRaepect )
C-ectiohtimn.02 Isc]

I

Sweet Pea Atkinson played at Second Chance Tuesday night.
etWas No t Was
throw a party

m HBO MOVIE **11' "The Formula"
(1980) Maron Brando, George C. Scott.
While investigating the murder of a col-
league, a veteran cop uncoversda conspiracy
involving the suppression of a synthetic fuel
formula by an oil cartel. 'R'
®D OCTOR IN THE HOUSE
®DSPIRIT OF DETROIT
0(D®SANFORDAND SON
Q ® SPORTSCENTER
©D 0MACNEIL / LEHRER REPORT
® MOVIE *** "A Simple Story" (1978)
Romy Schneider, Claude Brasseur. A suc-
cessful but discontented divorcee has prob-
lems with her neurotic lover.
11:050D ED NEWS
11:30 ©( 1)MADAME'S PLACE
O ® TONIGHT
© C) ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE
®D O ID 0 OI ®I©EDm0PBS
LATENIGHT
0 ID ® BENNY HILL
0D m CHARLIE'S ANGELS
C MOVIE **12 "Shoot The Sun Down"
(1980) Christopher Walken, Margot Kidder.
In 1836, four disparate misfits use an old
map to search for buried gold. 'PG'
11:35 E© 0HARNESS RACING
12:008 ©O IRONSIDE
o (Z THE LAST WORD
(ID NEWS
0 ID0 THREE STOOGES
4 WAUTO RACING Coverage of the
NASCAR Warner W. Hodgdon 200 from Riv-
erside, Calif. (R)
m MOVIE ** "Girls" Four young girls set
out to declare their independence with boys,
romance and fun.
12:05 ID MOVIE **12 "The Battle Of The Vil-
la Fiorita" (1965) Maureen O'Hara, Richard
Todd. The children of an estranged couple
connive to reunite their parents.
12: 15W(I MOVIE ** 112 "Cyclotrode 'X' " (1946)
Fred Brannon, Charles Quigley. The Crimson
Ghost attempts to gain control of a high-
powered nuclear device.
12:300 )®ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT
® UNTAMED WORLD
m I MOVIE * * 12 "The Macahans"
(1976) James Arness, Eva Marie Saint. A
legendary mountain scout leads his
brother's family from pre-Civil War Virginia
westward into the American frontier.
1:00 © D )SATURDAY NIGHT
O @ LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTER-
MAN
O CD ROOTS: THE NEXT GENERATIONS
In 1918, Simon Haley enlists in the Army and
sees action in France; upon his return to the
U.S., he and his wife Bertha leave Henning
to attend school in the North. (Part 4)
) HBO MOVIE **2 "Foolin' Around"
(1980) Gary Busey, Annette O'Toole. A

highlights from the Canadian Football
League. (R)
0fl MOVIE * '2 "The Killing Kind" (1973)
John Savage. Cindy Williams. After serving
two years on a trumped-up sex charge, a
young man is released from prison and
begins seeking his revenge.f'R'
® MOVIE *** "A Simple Story" (1978)
Romy Schneider, Claude Brasseur. A suc-
cessful but discontented divorcee has prob-
lems with her neurotic lover.
2:300 (® MOVIE **1/2 "Dragnet" (1953)
Jack Webb, Ben Alexander. Sergeant Joe
Friday is called in to crackthe case of a syn-
dicate murder.
ITHIS OLD HOUSE
Q mIDMOVIE **2 "Kisses For My Presi-
dent" (1964) Fred MacMurray, Polly Ber-
gen. A woman becomes the first female U.S.
President and her husband has to cope with
being the first male "First Lady."
ID SPORTSCENTER
2:400 HBO BOXING'S BEST: MUHAMMAD
A LI
2:45 ®DMOVIE ** "Great Guy" (1936) James
Cagney. Mae Clarke. A meat inspector sets
out to rid his town of payoff deals affecting
the quality of meat being sold to the public.
3:00 I SPY
EDID NEWS
CDMOVIE * "Blood Barrier" (1980) Telly
Savalas, Eddie Albert. A border patrolman
tries to bring landowners who traffic in illegal
aliens to justice. 'R'
3:05 43 ( NEWS
3:30 EDG TOM COTTLE: UP CLOSE
Q ~TOP RANK BOXING (R)
3:400 HBO MOVIE * * * "Ghost Story"
(1981) Fred Astaire, John Houseman. Mys-
terious deaths begin to decimate the ranks
of a small circle of elderly men who share
both a monthly storytelling get-together and
a 50-year-old secret. 'R'
4:00 ®D PBS LATENIGHT
D DMOVIE **** "Paths Of Glory"
(1957) Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker. During
World War I, an officer orders his men on a
suicide mission at Verdun and then attempts
to conceal his folly by demanding the execu-
tion of three soldiers by whom he 'feels
threatened.
m MOVIE ** "Girls" Four young girls- set
out to declare their independence with boys,
romance and fun.
4:10 ® MOVIE "Legion Of The Doomed" Dawn
Richard, Bill Williams.
4:30 0 @ NEWS
I MOVIE **/2 "So Fine" (1981) Ryan
O'Neal, Jack Warden. A stuffy college pro-
fessor saves his father's floundering garment
factory by inventing a new type of ladies'
jeans. 'R'

By Rob Weisberg
T HERE AREN'T too many bad things
you can say about Tuesday night's
Was/Not Was show at the Second Chan-
ce. The worst part may have been the
choice of songs, only because they were
featuring the music from Sweet Pea
Atkinson's debut album, a far more
conventional - and to my ears less in-
teresting - effort than last year's
Was/Not Was release.
Sweet, Pea may not be God's gift to
soul singing, but he made up for
whatever vocal shortcomings he has
with his ebullient charm. And the
singing of Carol Hall, both on the won-
derful Bacharach-David duet "Anyone
Who had a Heart" on which she and
Sweet Pea really hamed it up, and on
the incredible funked-up "The Beat
Goes On" (which she now has out as a
single) may have been the highlight of
the show.
The band overcame the handicap of
not being able to use all those studio
tricks their recordings feature through
great musicianship, especially on the
part of saxman David McMurray and
first guitarist Bruce Nazarian, whose
excellent solos were placed perfectly
within the context of the music. And
their stage presence is wonderful.
Felix and Jarvis' slick opening rap set
things up perfectly; Was/Not Was was
going to give us a good-time show.
Between the dapper Pea and the
hysterically satirical David Was,
everything was right, except, maybe, a
few of the songs.
Don Was, the band's producer (and
bass-player on Tuesday) admits that
he's not totally happy with the sound of
Sweet Pea's album-which he produced
and which the band played on. He fears
that they may have given in a little too

much to record company pressure to
produce more conventional music than
Was/Not Was' album featured. On the
other hand, he wasn't totally happy
with the Was/Not Was debut either.
Says he, "The thing that bothers me the
most about the first album is that I find
it really diffuse. There's no - well,
there are some threads that hold the
whole thing together but musically
every song is really different."
To allow them to keep the sense of
diversity while creating a stronger sen-
se of musical continuity, Was says the
next record.will have more traditional
melodies but even less traditional
studio effects than before. In addition,
he says, "now that people are
developing a way of playing together,
we can do two really different types of
songs and make them sound similar.
After all, Was/Not Was at first wasn't
eyen a group.
"From what started as bringing
these really different characters
together and overdubbing one at a time
- the first album was just me and one
other person sitting there (in the
studio( - now there's really a group
sound," he says. Juding by last night's
performance, it's true. Even without
the array of spaceage effects you heard
on the album, there ws no denying it
Was/Not Was.
The next Was/Not Was album,
featuring among other luminaries Mit-
ch Ryder on lead vocals a couple of
times, won't be out for a while. In the
meantime, a record backed by the band
and produced by Don Was with singer
Cristina should be out in a couple of
months. She's tryingt to come back
from a mediocre debut album under the
auspices of August Darnell, putting her
faith in Was and Was this time. And
there aren't too many bad things you
can say about that.

Records

Various artists-'Casino
Lights' (Warner Bros.)

Support the
March of Dimes,
BIRTH DEFECTS FOUNOAU1ON
Men's Glee Club
to sing at Hill

Cable Key

All-star albums of this type have a
tendency to be uneven, a collage of ar-
tists and musical styles used by the
label to promote their roster of artists.
This one is no exception to that general
rule. The musical sytles range from
Rhythm and Blues to Jazz-Pop fusion,
and Warner Brothers has been thought-
ful enough to include a listing of other
works by the same artists on the album
jacket.
The good news is that the quality of
the music ranges from being good to the
transcendent.
The first three songs on the first
side-All Jarreau-Randy Crawford
duets-are fantastic ballads, the
ried evening of highlights of the entire album. Here the
lways sure to in- singers harmonize in perfect com-
d Blue pepper-up- plement to each other, accompanied by
ant to go back to a group of musicians who fulfill every

change phrases with each other and the
three male back-ups in beautifully in-
ventive fashion are all the time given
solid but unobtrusive support by Miller,
Castro, Lassy Carlton, et al.
On the second song, "Who's Right,
Who's Wrong," they retain the elemen-
ts mentioned before, but introduce a
new spirit and urgency to their delivery
which crests in the joyous chorus of
"Sure enough" their third duet.
Side two, which presents the Jazz-
Pop fusion side of the aggregation,
opens with the improbably-titled
"Monmouth College Fight Song," a%
fairly funky romp featuring Russel
Ferrante's synthesizers over the throb-
bing backbeat laid down by Jimmy
Haslip's bass and Ricky Lawson's
drums.
David Sanborn then delivers the
theme from "Love is Not Enough" and
"Hideaway," which are less notable for
the, saxophonist's playing (which is
competent, though rather uninspiring),

CABLE FCC CALL NETWORK
NUMBER NUMBER LETTERS AFFILIATE

POINT OF
ORIGINATION

O
(ID
am

(56)
(62)

WJBK
WIHT
WDIV
WXYZ
HBO
WTVS
WGPR
WKBD

CBS
IND
NBC
ABC
PBS
IND
IND

Detroit
Ann Arbor
Detroit
Detroit
New York
Detroit
Detroit
Detroit

THERE IS ONE musical group on
campus that performs everything
from Gustav Holst to George Gershwin.
You may not have heard them sing, but

To top off the va
vocals, the Club is a]
clude some Maize an(
pers, including "I WO

mi

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan