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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dug Out-Stainless Steel
plays top-40 rock.
Arbor Valley Inn-Dance to the
pop sounds of Scat.
The Blind Pig-Features the
slick R&B sextet, the Detroit Blues
Band.
The Earle-The Ron Brooks Trio
features a hot jazz piano.
The Fox's Den-Classical pianist
Winifred Kerner.
The Habitat-The versatile Wiz
Kids play danceable top-40 and
oldies.
The Hill Lounge-Looking for
good country music? Blues? Rock?
LiveWire does it all.
Joe's Star Lounge-The ever-
popular SLK dishes out reggae in-
spired punk.
Mr. Flood's Party-Beaucoup
sings the blues and rocks the night
away.
Mountain Jacks-Float through
top-40 tunes with Dreamer.
Rick's American Cafe-1-2-3-Go!
races through the best of the
current hits.
Roundhouse Saloon-Bart Polot
solos on the keyboard.
Second Chance-Dr. Bop and the
Headliners operate on '60s
classics.
Stage Door-Jazz it up with
Parade.
University Club-Steve Nardella
rocks the club tonight.
West Bank-Top-40 sextet
Mystique performs tonight.
Music
The Ark
Andy Breckman of the David
Letterman Show appears tonight
for what may be his last area per-
formance since the show will soon
be moving out to California.
Breckman is a comic songwriter
and monologuist who will put a
laugh into anyone's evening.
Doors open at 8:30 for this
hilarious performance which
begins at 9 p.m. Tickets are $5. 761-
1451.
University Musical Society
The second concert in the Debut
& Encore series will be held
tonight at Rackham Auditorium.
Pianist Lydia Artymiw performs
this evening. Artymiw has been the
winner of several prestigious com-
petitions and has performed to
high acclaim as soloist with
leading orchestras and in recital
throughout the U.S. and abroad.
The performance begins at 8:30
p.m. 665-3717.
L. Arnold Productions
The Pointer Sisters will be per-
forming tonight at the Michigan
Theater in promotion of their new
LP So Excited. The Pointer Sisters
have been around for nearly a
decade and this evening's perfor-
mance should prove to be an ex-
cellent one. Showtime is 8 p.m. 668-
848.
Theatre
University Players Showcase
Production

The University Players
Showcase Production of
Euripedes' The Trojan Women
continues at the New Trueblood
Arena in the Frieze Building. The
victorious Greek army ponders
and discusses the fate of the Queen
of Troy and her fellow female
citizens. 8 p.m. Tickets available
from the Michigan League. 764-
0450.
Young People's Theatre
Jim Moran directs a spoof of
Shakespeare's original comedy.
Entitled A Midsummer Night
Revisited, the play has been
brought back by popular demand.
8 p.m. Tickets at Performance
Network; $4 and $3 for students.
Call 663-0681.
Etc.
Society of Engineering Science
The Society sponsors a drop con-
test today to determine how far
you can drop an egg without it
breaking. West Engineering
Parking lot area. 761-9238. Free.
American Association of Univer-
sity Professors
Today the University holds an
open chapter meeting at noon in
the Michigan Room of the
Michigan League. The featured
professor will be professor Victor
Stone from the University of
Illinois, Law Department.
Professor Stone will be lecturing
on "The Pros and Cons of Collec-
tive Bargaining at Universities."
Refreshments will be served.
Red Cross
The Red Cross Bloodmobile will
have an open clinic at the Michigan
Union today from 11 a.m. until 5
p.m. 971-5300.
Guild House
Today's noon luncheon will
feature representatives from the
Abortion Action League who will
present an "Update on Abortion
Rights Issues in Michigan." Noon.
(802 Monroe). Optional $1 soup and
sandwich lunch, otherwise free.
662-5189.
University Astronomy Professors
The Astronomy professors will
be holding their monthly meeting
tonight at 7:30 p.m. in 5006 Angell
Hall. Professor Freeman Miller
will be on hand to discuss comets,
including the return of Haley's
comet and the observation of
comets by amateurs. 764-3446.
Free.
Friends of University Hospital
The Friends are sponsoring a
Holiday Bell Bazaar that will
feature ceramic, copper, brass,
and various other types of bells
and bell assemblies. The Friends
will also be sponsoring a bake sale
at this bazaar with proceeds going
to the University's Children's
Psychiatric Hospital and C.S. Mott
Children's Hospital. The bake sale
begins at 7:30 a.m. and the
Bell Bazaar runs from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. 5th floor, University Hospital.
764-3155 during the day, 662-8649
during the evenings. Free.

forks out top-40 tunes.
Arbor Valley Inn-More top-40
with Scat.
The Blind Pig-The Detroit
Blues Band knows how to play the
blues.
The Earle-Jazz from the Ron
Brooks trio.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox)-Con-
temporary jazz pianist Steve Lar-
son.
The Habitat-Dance to the pop
sounds of the Whiz Kids.
The Hill Lounge-Live Wire
electrifies country, blues, and
rock.
Joe's Star Lounge-Come "One
Step Closer" with the ska band
SLK.
Mr. Flood's Party-Beaucoup
plays blues and rock standards.
Mountain Jack's-The colorful
Rainbowentertains with top-40
tunes.
Rick's American Cafe-1-2-3-Go!
speeds through the best of the
current pop hits.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot solos on
piano.
Second Chance-Dr. Bop and the
Headliners feature vocalist
"Lovely Miss" Inka Anka.
Stage Door-Parade plays all
that jazz.
University Club-The Vincent
York Quintet is a widely acclaimed
jazz group.
West BankTonight featuring
Mystique.
Music
The Ark
Andy Breckman, that funny
songwriter-singer, is on stage
again. See Friday. Doors open at
8:30, show begins at9 p.m. Tickets
are $5 at the door. (1421 Hill). 761-
1451.
Brass Ring
Tonight at the Royal Oak Music
Theater, Brass Ring presents Men
at Work. Show time is 8 p.m. and
tickets are $8. 546-7610.
Peace Neighborhood Center
When the clock strikes twelve
midnight on Nov. 12th, Jaz-
zamatazz begins. This 24-hour
music marathon is for the benefit
of two nationally recognized ser-
vice organizations, Peace Neigh-
borhood Center and the Michigan
Theatre. Featured performers will
include: the Lyman Woodard
Organization, the University and
Washtenaw Community College's
Jazz Bands, and the brilliant jazz
pianist and host of National Public
Radio's "Jazz Alive," Billy Taylor
and his trio. Refreshments will be
available. Michigan Theatre,
marathon begins at 12 a.m. Tickets
are priced from $7.50 to $37.50. 668-
8480.
University Men's Glee Club
The Glee Club returns to har-
monize on some of America's best
loved songs, from spirituals and
football chants to classical odes.
Tickets are $2-$5 for the 8 p.m. Hill
Auditorium show.
Theatre
University Players Showcase
Production
Euripedes' The Trojan Women
continues at the New Trueblood
Arena in the Frieze Building. See

Friday listing.
Young People's Theatre
A Midsummer Night Revisited is
the hilarious spoof of
Shakespeare's original work. See
Friday.
Folktown
Footloose brings a bit of
freewheeling folk/rock/blue-
grass/country/jazz to Folktown
tonight at 8 p.m. The foursome
features rich harmonies in vocals
and instrumentally from guitars,
bass, mandolin, flute, fiddle, etc.
Folktown is located at the South-
field Civic Center Parks and
Recreation Building; admission is
$4. Call 885-9848.
Dance
Ann Arbor Friends of Traditional
Music
The Friends and co-sponsors of
the University Folklore Society in-
vite all to an old-time square and
contra-dance jamboree tonight at 8
p.m. in the Law Quad. Beginners
welcome. $2.50 for non-members.
Call 662-9325.
Etc.
Grey Panthers of Southeastern
Michigan
Economist James Morgan from
the University's Institute for Social
Research speaks on "The Survival
of Social Security-Must We
Really Have Conflict between the
Generations." The illuminating
talk begins at 3 p.m. in the Ann Ar-
bor Firehouse Community Room
(5th and Huron). All welcome. Call
663-5348. Free.
Latin American Solidarity Com-

mittee
Tonight's 7 p.m. benefit for
political prisoners in Argentina
features a special showing of The
Hour of the Furnaces, winner of
the Cannes Film Festival award.
Film plays at the School of
Education's Schorling Auditorium!
(Monroe and East U.). Call 971-
0745. Free.?
Recycle Ann Arbor
Tired of those piled recyclables?
Residents of Bader School neigh-
borhood are sponsoring a collec-
tion from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at
Bader School.
University Exhibit Museum
Planetarium
Come experience "The Four
Seasons: A Cosmic Concert" today
at the Exhibit Museum (Geddes at j
N. University). See the sky as it
travels through the four seasons,
accompanied by Vivaldi's "Four
Seasons." Show times are 11:30
a.m., 2 p.m. and 3:15. $1. 764-0478.
Sports
Football
Today the Wolverines play theirI
final home game against Purdue.
Come watch Bo and the boys wind
up their home game with a victory.

Mr. Flood's Party-The Blue Benefit.
Front Persuadors' Steve Wethy en- Roun
tertains with blues, R&B, and Dancer)
superb piano. piano.
Rick's American Cafe-1-2-3-Go! Secon
rips up Rick's with contemporary with WI
hits. tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Univej
Dancer)-Bart Polot solos on night am
piano. Party fe
Second Chance-The Whiz Kids
wail with top-40 dance tunes M us
tonight. The Ark
TheA
series o
The Ark tonight,
Come join one of the best English Scott Co
Groups around tonight at the Ark duo in ti
as the Watersons with Martin Car- Doors o
thy perform at 7:30 and 9. Tickets show st2
are $6 at the Ark or Schoolkids. (1421 Hil
(1421 Hill). 761-1451. School o
University Musical Society Dance
The famed Leipzig Gewandhaus Tonigh
Orchestra, under the direction of School o
Kurt Masur performs at 8:30 p.m. tment
in Hill Auditorium. This excellent showing
program features Karl Suske as music o
soloist in Beethoven's Violin Con- This ev
certo and Mahler's Symphony No. opera 9
1 ("The Titan"). Tickets are $6- This fill
$16. Recommended. Call 665-3717. Studio A
University Marching Band (1310 N.'
Watch the formations form as
the 225-member marching band
takes to Crisler Arena for a special The:
musical performance at 4 p.m. Perform
Tickets are just $2. Call 764-0582. Ann A
has his
Theatre discusse
University Activities Center and me
A preview of what's to come "Saturn
from the outrageously funny are fea
troupe of university comedians. mance N
The evening is a guaranteed side- $2. Call 6
splitter filled with constant humor.
Tickets and show at the U-Club. Etc.
$3.99. Call 7631107. Asian Ar
Etc. meeting
School of Public Health Trotter
The School of Public Health will New an
hold their eighth Conference on Free.
Ethics, Humanism, and Medicine
today. Topics of today's meeting
will include, "Health Care
Professionals' Right to Strike,"
"Patients' Right to Refuse
Psychotherapeutic Treatment,"
"Confidentiality and the Bars
Obligation to Report Child Abuse, T
and "Deception in the Teaching TheE
Hospital." This conference will run piano by
from 8:30 a.m. to4:30 p.m. in the The H:
Thomas Francis Jr. Building. the Hab
Hillel and oldie
Hillel is sponsoring a benefit Joe's
concert this afternoon at 4 p.m, trio Non
"The Jewish Spirit in Song." This original
concert will feature soprano Mr.dI
Marilyn Krimm and pianist Joseph Bedard
Gurt. Tickets are $5 students and' form boo
$7.50 non-students. 663-3336. Mount
40 Rainb
Rick's
Tigers p

dhouse Saloon (Gandy
)-David Mayer plays
d Chance-Top-40 rock
biz Kids at the Chance
rsity Club-Dance the
way at the Club's Dance
atured tonight.
Ark gets their new jazz
off to a wonderful start
with Alex DeGrassi and
ossu, a great guitar-piano
he Windham Hill tradition.
pen at 8:30 tonight, the
arts at 9. Tickets are $5.
.1). 761-1451.
f Music & Department of
ht marks the opening of the
of Music's and the Depar-
of Dance's 7:30 p.m.
of their new dance and
on videotapes and films.
ening, Meredith Monk's
Quarry will be featured.
m will be shown in the
Theater Dance Building.
University) 763-5460. Free.
atre
nance Network
Arbor author Al Sjordsma
plays staged and then
d by the actors, directors
embers of the audience.
alia" and "Murphy's Cat"
tured tonight at Perfor-
Network. 7 p.m. Tickets are
663-0681.
,merican Association
Lssociation holds its weekly
tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the
House (1443 Washtenaw).
nd old people welcome.

Great Performances series, Merce
Cunningham Dance Company and
Beyond the Mainstream. 763-5460.
Free.
Etc.
Ann Arbor Public Library
Professor Althea Helbig will be
speaking tonight on the theme of
"Communicating with Children in
the '80s." This will be the third and
last lecture in this series of talks
aimed at adults interested in young
people and their education. Ann
Arbor Public Library, 7':30 p.m.
994-2345. Free.
Center for Continuing Education of
Women
Need help and/or advice for
those annoying graduate/profes-
sional school exams? Today's 1:30
p.m. panel discussion on admission
and exam-taking process features
feedback from women who have
succeeded. Get yours. (350 S.
Thayer) Call 763-1353 or 764-6555.
Free.

ting this country's attitudes toward
the aged closes the evening.'
Tickets are $3. 8p.m. Call 663-0681.
Etc.
Center for Afroamerican and
African Studies
Associate professor of
psychology Frank Yates speaks on
"Strategies for Black Education at
Major Universities" today at noon
in 246 Lorch Hall. Call 764-5513.
Free.
School of Natural Resources
William Botti of the Michigan
Department of Natural Resources
is guest speaker in today's edition
of the "Forest Management
Seminar Series." Botti, a timber
management unit leader speaks
about silviculture (forest produc-
tion) and management of state-
owned forest land. 3-5 p.m. in
Room 1040 of the Dana Building.
Call 764-7260. Free.

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Etc.
Ann Arbor
Today's
features
"Outlook
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a.m. Call 7
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Bars & Clubs
Joe's Star Lounge-SLK slides
into Joe's with reggae, pre-reggae,
and ska.

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig-Boogie Woogie
Red plays vintage boogie blues on
piano.
The Earle-Soloist Larry Man-
derville plays piano-tbonight.
Joe's Star Lounge-The Blue
Front Persuaders rock with R&B
and a few originals.
Mountain Jack's-Rainbow,
plays top-40 for all.
Rick's American Cafe-
Pangaea's original Latin, funk,
and fusion music is performed for
the Ann Arbor Tenants Union

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Earle-Sweet and stinging
Larry Manderville.
abitat-The Whiz Kids hit
'itat with versatile top-40
es tunes.
Star Lounge-New Wave
-fi'ction appears to perform
Flood's Party-George
and the Bonnevilles per-
ogie blues for Flood's.
ain Jack's-Veteran top-
ow again this evening.
American Cafe-Flying
erform rockabilly.
dhouse Saloon (Gandy
)-Solo piano by Bart
d Chance-Come witness
0 rock of Mugsy.
rsity Club-Reggae dance
atured at the Club tonight.
Bank-Top-40 sextet Topaz
tonight.
iC
of Music & Department of
ht the School of Music and
nce Department continue
owing of various dance and
performances (see Friday
Two color videotapes will
Nn this evening from the

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Sensational piano by
Larry Manderville tonight.
The Habitat-Dance along with
the top-40 and oldies music of the
Whiz Kids.
Joe's Star Lounge-Steve Nar-
della rocks the Star Bar.
Mr. Flood's Party-The Steve
Newhouse Band performs country
classics and crafty originals.
Mountain Jack's-Rainbow
plays top-40 dance tunes to dance
to.
Rick's American Cafe-Rock 'n'
roll at Rick's with the Affections.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot back for
more solo piano.
Second Chance-White Raven
features oldies tonight at the
Chance.
University Club-Laugh Track
at the Club tonight. Come join in
the fun.
West Bank-Top-40 from Topaz
tears up the Bank this evening.
Music
School of Music & Department of
Dance
The videotape and film series on
new dance and new music closes
this evening (see Friday Music)
with two video portraits of com-
poser Alvin Lucier. These
video tapes are part of the video-
tape series, Music with Roots in
the Aether. Included will be an in-
terview with Mr. Lucier and per-
formances from several of his
works. 763-5460. Free.
The Ark
Feminist Ferron sings songs of
struggle and tribulation. Doors
open at 8:30 for the 9 p.m. show.,
Tickets $5. (1421 Hill). 761-1451.
Theatre
W-5 Productions
Two one-act plays at affordable
prices premier tonight at Perfor-
mance Network. Anne M. Stoll'sj
work involving the insight into
status conflict between parent and
child entitled Cataracts and Fron-
tyard Madonnas runs first on
tonight's twin bill. Edward Albee's
American Dream, a comedy depic-

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Ron Brooks and his
jazz trio entertain at the Earle
tonight.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox)-
Winnifred Kerner plays classic
piano.
The Habitat-Whiz Kids got the
top-40 dance and oldies for you to
twist to.
Joe's Star Lounge-The local
reggae/funk of Pulsations do it up
at Joe's.
Mr. Flood's Party-Lepers
creep into Flood's with late '60s-
styled blues and rock.
Mountain Jack's-Rainbow is
back with more top-40 dance tunes.
Rick's American Cafe-Rock
along with Ann Arbor's favorite,
The Steve Nardella Band.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot on solo piano.
Second Chance-Mugsy has
those oldies to keep you goin' at the
Chance.
University Club-Soundstage at
the Club tonight. Come join in.
West Bank-Topaz plays more
top-40 for your dancing pleasure.
Music
The Ark
Come join in the old-time and
bluegrass banjo of Cathy Fink and
Magpie at the Ark this evening.
Show begins at 9, doors open at
8:30. Tickets are $5 at the door. 761-
1451.
Michigan Union Arts Program
Pianist Peter Longworth per-
forms in the Union's Pendleton
Room at noon as part of the Music
at Mid-Day series. Call 763-5900.
Free.
Theatre
University Players Showcase
Productions
The Trojan Women continues.
See listing for Friday.
University Activities Cen-
ter/Musket
Runaways, Elizabeth Swado's
musical drama about escapism
and youth opens tonight at 8 p.m.
at the Power Center. Tickets are
$5.50-$6.50 Call 763-1107.
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