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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-Footloose plays
original country swing and
bluegrass.
Arbor Valley Inn-Dance to the
Top-40 sounds of Scat.
The Blind Pig-Jimmy "Fast
Fingers" Dawkins brings along his
guitar.
The Earle-The Ron Brooks Trio
continues to play some great jazz.
The Habitat-The Whiz Kids
pump out their danceable Top-40
sounds.
Joe's Star Lounge-George
Bedard and the Bonnevilles play
country rockabilly.
Main Street Saloon-Stainless
Steel plays Top-40 rock.
Mr. Flood's Party-Chicago
Pete and the Detroiters play soul
R&B.
Mountain Jakc's-Rainbow
plays danceable Top-40 music.
Rick's American Cafe-The
Falcons bring Motown/R&B to
your evening.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)--Bart Polot entertains on
his piano.
Second Chance-White Raven
does an oldies show.
Stage Door--See Musique
Unique perform as a string quar-
tet.
University Club-The Intents
are a critically hailed Top-40 dance
band.
West Bank-Topaz pumps out
Top-40 hits or just dance to the
music.
Music
United Way/University Hospitals
The Michigan Theatre hosts
tonight's benefit performance of
the world-renowned Trinidad
Tripoli Steel Band, in an evening of
reggae, Calypso, and jazz music.
Local reggae artists open at 8 p.m.
for the band, who were originally
introduced to the music world by
Liberace. An unusual concert for a
good cause. Tickets are $6 in ad-
vance and $7 at the door. Call 668-
8397.
Eclipse Jazz/University Club
A jazz performance of great in-
terest and variety. The fabled Art
Ensemble of Chicago, with Lester
Bowie and Joseph Jarman, bring
music and black heritage to their 8
and 10:30 p.m. concerts. One of the
foremost proponents of what they
like to term "great black music."
Tickets are $8.50. Recommended.
Call 763-6922.
School of Music
Robert Reynolds conducts the
wind ensemble and symphony
band at Hill Auditorium at 8 p.m.
tonight.
Also at 8 p.m. tonight, James
Winn, DMA, gives a piano recital
in Recital Hall. Call 763-4726. Free.
University Women's Glee Club
Tonight's performance by the
Women's Gl6e Club will be a salute
to the music of the '20s and '30s as
arranged by University music

professor Carl Alexius. The chorus
is directed by Rosalie Edwards
and will include a performance by
the Glee Club's octet, the Har-
monettes. Rackham Auditorium, 8
p.m. 763-4726. Free.
Theater
University Players
The Trojan Women is a modern
reworking of the classic Euripides
play. Futuristic costumes are
featured with Greek soldiers
meeting the women of Troy. New
Trueblood Arena, Frieze Building
(105 S. State). Tickets are $3.50.
Call 764-0450.
W-5 Productions
Edward Albee's The American
Dream plays opposite Anne Stoll's
Cataracts and Frontyard Madon-
nas in this continuing one-act play
production. Stoll's work examines
parent-child relationships. Per-
formance Network (408 W.
Washington) $3. 8 p.m. Call 663-
0681.
University Activities Cen-
ter/Musket
Elizabeth Swados' Runaways is
a perceptive examination of young
people with problems. Power Cen-
ter. 8 p.m. $5.50-6.50. Call 763-1107.
Huron Players
The Huron High School theatre
organization opens their two-night
presentation of Moss Hart and
George Kaufmann's comedy You
Can't Take it With You. An all-
student production, the show stai ts
at 8 p.m. in the high school
auditorium (2727 Fuller). Adult
tickets are $2.50; children under 12
and senior citizens pay $1. Call 994-
6686.
Residential College Players
East Quad's own drama troupe
brings you Luigi Pirandello's Six
Characters in Search of An Author.
You don't have to look far for
creative and modernist ap-
proaches to theater in tonight's 8
p.m. production in the Quad's
Auditorium. $3. Call 763-0176.
St. Andrew's Players
Ted Heusel will direct Our Town
this evening, a great work in
American theater. This play, by
Thorton Wilder, follows the
tragedies, comedies, and roman-
ces in the lives of a small-town doc-
tor and newspaper editor. 8 p.m.
$3. (306 N. Division). Call 663-0518.
Etc.
Arborland
Approximately 50 exhibitors
display and sell antique items from
10 a.m.-9 p.m. today at the shop-
ping center. Call 971-1825. Free.
Guild House
Shirley Lewis of the University
Ecumenical center shows a slide
presentation on "Journey to
China." (802 Monroe St.) Noon.
Optional lunch $1. Call 662-5189.
Ann Arbor Public Library
Tonight's lecture third in a series
of four focuses on Lalthea Helbig's
discussion "Imagination's Neglec-
ted Places." 7:30 p.m. Ann Arbor
Public Library. Call 994-2345. Free,
University Folk Dance Club
Beginners are welcome to dance
to live music of the Brown Bag In-
ternational Folk Dance Band. 8:00
p.m.-midnight. (621 E. William)
Call 665-9427. $2.

Seva Foundation
The foundation invites all to at-
tend an open house from 5-8 p.m. at
the International Center (603 E.
Madison) honoring Padmashree
Dr. G. Venkataswamy. Dr.
Venkataswamy has done extensive
relief work for the poor and blind in
South India. Call 475-1351. Free.
Artworlds Photographic Society
Robert Redmond shows how to
photograph performing artists un-
der tungsten or incandescent light.
Bring your own camera. Reser-
vations required. 8 p.m. Michigan
Theater and Michigan Union
Ballroom. Call 449-2421.
Sports
Swimming
The women tankers take their
marks against the poolsters from
Pittsburgh in Matt Mann Pool at
7:30 tonight. Call 763-2159. Free.
Hockey
Ohio State skates in to town for
tonight's 7:30 p.m. face-off against
the Michigan stickers. Yost Ice
Arena; $3-4. Call 764-0247.

Office of Major Events
Peter Gabriel, fresh off his four-
th solo album since leaving
Genesis, brings his unique musical
approach to Hill Auditorium
tonight at 8 p.m. Tickets are going
fast at $8.50-11.50. Recommended.
Call 763-5110.
Hillel Celebration of Jewish Arts
A revival of the old-time popular
klezmer music is currently taking
place and the new Big Apple-based
band Kapelye is really tearing up'
the theatres. This six-piece band
has recently released another
album and is promoting it with this
small tour. Michigan Theatre. 8
p.m. Tickets $7.50-$12.50. Call 663-
3336.
School of Music
Timothy Doot, BM, plays piano
for your listening pleasure at his 8
p.m. performance in Recital Hall.
Call 763-4726. Free.
Theatre
University Players
The Trojan Women continues.
See Friday listing. 8p.m.
St. Andrew's Players
Come on down to Our Town. See
Friday listing. 8 p.m.
Huron Players
Laugh along with You Can't
Take It With You. See Friday
listing. 8 p.m.
W-5 Productions
Edward Albee and Anne Stoll
return. See listing for Friday. 8
p.m.
Residential College Players
East Quad hosts Six Characters
in Search of an Author. See Friday
listing. 8 p.m.
University Activities Cen-
ter/Musket
Run on back to Runaways. See
Friday listing. 8 p.m. 4

Dance
Artworlds
Several forms of Middle Easterr
and Jazz dancing are featured by
Artworlds' instructors. Following
the dancing will be a mime presen.
tation and live music. Schwaber
Hall, 217 S. Ashley. Tickets $3 in
advance, $4 at the door. Call 994.
8400.
Etc.
Recycle Ann Arbor
Those who live in the area boun-
ded by Main, Liberty, Miller and
Maple can have their recyclables
collected free if they are out on the
curb by 8 a.m. Call 665-6398.
Ann Arbor Stamp Club
The 8th annual stamp exhibition
and browse features a 100-frame
exhibition and 19 tables of dealers.
10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Ann Arbor
Amory (223 E. Ann) Call 761-5859
or 996-0098. Free.
Arborland
The exhibition and sale con-
tinues. See Friday listing.
Kitchen Port
A local 8th-grader demonstrates
cookie cooking. 11 a.m.-noon. Kit-
chen Port (Kerrytown). Call 665-
9188. Free.
University Folk Dance Club
Beginning and intermediate
workshop presented by Lauren
Brody on Balkan Singing. For
location and registration call 665-
9427. 1 p.m. Free.
Puerto Rican Student Association
The Association sponsors a Latin
Dance tonight starting at 8 p.m. Do
the tango at the Trotter House.
Cobblestone Country Dancers
Contra, Quadrille, and Square
Dances tonight. Live music.
Beginners welcome (Webster
Community Hall). For exact times

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Yoga Center
The center features a non-violent
Thanksgiving dinner with all the
warmth of Grandma's place. 7
p.m. (205 E. Ann). $4 suggested
donation. Call 769-4321.
Sports
Hockey
The University team goes three
periods against the skaters from
Ohio State tonight at 7:30 p.m. in
Yost Ice Arena. $3-4. Call 764-0247.

Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-Footloose plays a
second night of unique country
swing.
Arbor Valley Inn-Dance to the
lively tunes of Scat.
The Blind Pig-More fine guitar
work from Jimmy Dawkins.
The Earle-The Ron Brooks Trio
entertains with yet another night of
jazz.
The Habitat-The Whiz Kids
play Top-40 music for another
night.
Joe's Star Lounge-George
Bedard and the Bonnevilles rock
the house down.
Main Street Saloon-Stainless
Steel plays spotless top-40s.
Mr. Flood's Party-Chicago
Pete and the Detroiters set the
house ablaze.
Mountain Jack's-Rainbow
rocks out Top-40 tunes for dancing
and fun.
Rick's American Cafe-Fly to
the Falcons' bright Motown music.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot takes to his
piano.
Second Chance-White Raven
promises to be another enter-
taining evening.
Stage Door-Musique Unique
plays another night of classical
music.
University Club-Detroit's own
jazz man Lyman Woodard takes
the stage.
West Bank-Topaz plays another
night of high energy Top-40 hits.
Music
University Musical Society
The talented Borodin Trio per-
forms chamber music tonight at
their 8:30 p.m. performance in
Rackham Auditorium. The en-
semble will perform works by
Schubert and Tchaikovsky.
Tickets available are $6-7.50. Call
665-3717.

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Bars & Clubs
Del Rio-A tradition-filled
evening of open jazz.
Joe's Star Lounge-R.E.M. is a
dynamic, popular new group on
tour.
Mr. Flood's Party-George
Bedard and Mr. B. play the blues.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot entertains as
a solo pianist.
Second Chance-White Raven
plays oldies for an enjoyable
even irig.
Music
School of Music
Soprano Virginia Birchler, BM,
opens her mouth for a 2 p.m. per-
formance at Recital Hall.
The Repertory and Campus
Bands play horn music at their Hill
Auditorium concert tonight at 4
p.m.
Finally, the School of Music and
University Musical Society co-
sponsor today's 4 p.m. Faculty
Recital at Rackham Auditorium.
Call 763-4726. Free.
Symphony Band of Ann Arbor
This fine band of talented volun-
teers opens its sixth season in Ann
Arbor. Several works will be
played including The Wedding
March from Rimsky Korsakov's
The Golden Cockerel and von
Weber's Fantasia in Rondo for
clarinet. People with little
previous introduction to symphony
music are encouraged'to attend. 3
p.m. Slauson Intermediate School
Auditorium (1019 W. Washtenaw).
Free.
University Stearns Collection of
Musical Instruments Lecture
Series
Richard Gwilt lectures and
demonstrates both how to play the
violin and how to restore it. 3 p.m.
Rackham Auditorium. Free. Call
763-4389.
First Presbyterian Church
Handel's famous oratorio
Solomon will be performed with
the help of the Ann Arbor Chamber
Orchestra and two organs. 4-6 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church (1432
Washtenaw). Free. 769-4742.
The Ark
Ann Arbor's own Ann Doyle
shows off her incredible singing
and guitar playing talents as she
performs her original songs. 8 p.m.
The Ark (1421 Hilf). Tickets $4.
Call 761-1451.
First Unitarian Church
The magic fingers of pianists Bill
Bolcom, Jim Dapogny, and Bill
Albright flash across the keyboar-
ds in tonight's 8 p.m. jazz and
ragtime Thanksgiving Bash. This
church benefit brings back those
great Joplin, Gershwin, Fats
Waller tunes. If you dig the jelly
roll, boogie, and blues, these

School of Music faculty will keep
you thumpin'. Tickets are $5,
students w/ID $4 (1917
Washtenaw). Call 761-7712.
Theater'
University Activities Cen-
ter/Musket
Runaways performed for yet
another evening. See Friday.
Residential College Players
Six Characters in Search of an
Author. See Friday.
St. Andrews Players
Our Town continues. See Friday.
W-5 Productions
Another set of one-acts. See
Friday.
Etc.
Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society
The final ride of the year will in-
clude distances from 30 to 70 miles
at various speeds for all levels of
cyclists. 9 a.m. Amtrak Station.,
Call 665-0338. Free.
Beth Israel Synagogue
A Chanukah Celebration will
become a small carnival at the
temple. There will be games, arts
and crafts booths, and artwork for
sale. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Beth Israel
Synagogue (2000 Washtenaw). Call
665-6845.
Ann Arbor Stamp Club
Another day of activity. See
Saturday.
Ann Arbor Track Club/Communi-
ty High School/Arbor Farms
Groceries
A massive fun run for people of
all ages is this year's feature to the
annual Turkey Trot Road Run.
Runners are eligible to win
Turkeys and all are entitled to T-
shirts. 12:30 p.m. Under the arch at
Huron High School. Call 994-2021.
Indian Students Association
All interested parties are invited
to view "films of great lives from
India" today at 3 p.m. in the Inter-
national Student Center.

and de Selma. Recital Hall, 8 p.m.
Call 763-4726. Free.
Eclipse Jazz
The Urbations' saxophonist
David Swain hosts another session
of the Improvisation Workshop
tonight at the Trotter House (1443
Washtenaw). $2; 8-9:30 p.m. Call
763-5924.
Academy of Early Music
Michael Lynn performs baroque
flute and recorder with two ac-
companists as part of the con-
tinuing Solo Series. Tonight's 8
p.m. concert includes works by
Leclair, Picchi, Frescobaldi,
Sammartini, Teleman, and others
from centuries gone by. Recital
Hall. Call 763-4726. Free.
Dance
Department of Dance/School of
Music
Tonight's film showing of
Meredith Monk's opera Quarry
opens a three-day festival of "new
music and new dance on videotape
and film." This work, a mixture of
music, dance, and theatre, plays at
7:30 p.m. in the Studio A Theatre in
the Dance Building (1310 N.
University. Call 763-5460. Free.
Theater
Performance Network
Local playwright Rachel Urist's
new comedy, Just Friends, plays
tonight at 7 p.m. as part of the
Network's "Works In Progress"
series. Urist will be present to
discuss her work with the audien-
ce. (408 W. Washington) $2. Call
663-0681.
Etc.
Department of Communications
The Department and the Center
for Near Eastern and Nprth
African Studies co-sponsor the ap-
pearance of three Detroit Free
Press journalists who will speak on
"Covering the Crisis in the Middle
East." The event begins at 4 p.m.
in the East Conference Room of the
Rackham Building. Call 764-0350.
Free.
Center for Near Eastern and North
African Studies
The public is invited to a free
discussion entitled "Two Perspec-
tives on the Israeli Invasion of
Lebanon" at noon in the Lane Hall
Commons Room. Middle Eastern
specialist Joel Beinin and School of
Education member Sarkis
Elmassian will speak. Free.
Sports
Basketball
Today's exhibition game pits the
University hoopsters against the
tall men from Windsor. Game star-
ts at 8 p.m. in Crisler Arena. $5.
Call 764-0247.

Rick's American Cafe-
Rockabilly with the Americatz.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot plays his solo
piano.
West Bank-Topaz plays dan-
ceable, fun Top-40 tunes.
Music
School of Music
Jerry Junkin leads the Chamber
Winds and Concert Band in their 8
p.m. performance in Hill
Auditorium.
Also, the String Department
presents a concert at Recital Hall
tonight at 8 p.m. Call 763-4726.
Free.
Dance
Department of Dance/School of
Music
Two color videotapes from the
"Great Performances" series will
be shown tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the
Dance Building's Studio A Theatre
(1310 N. University) as part of the
continuing "new music and new
dance on videotape and film"
series. Featured are performances
by the Merce Cunningham Dance
Company and Beyond the Main-
stream. Call 763-5460. Free.
Michigan Union Arts Program
University dance faculty mem-
ber Beth Fitts presents a series of
original works today at 12:10 p.m.
in the Michigan Union Pendleton
Room. Call 763-5900. Free.
University Activities Center
University dancers invite all in-
terested dancers to join tonight's 7-
9 p.m. jazz dance workshop.
Michigan Union. Call 763-1107.
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Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig-George Bedard
and Mr. B return for another fun
evening.
The Earle-Larry Manderville
entertains on his magic piano.
Joe's Star Lounge-The Blue
Front Persuaders pump out
powerful R&B.
Mr. Flood's Party-Kevin Lynch
shows off his country music talen-
ts.
Mountain Jack's-Hit the dance
floor and rock to the Top-40 sounds
of Rainbow.
Rick's American Cafe-The
Detroit Blues Band tears the house
down.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-David Mayer entertains
on solo piano.
Second Chance-The popular
punks Destroy All Monsters an-
nihilate the Chance.
Music
School of Music
Martin Werner conducts the Arts
Choral at Hill Auditorium for their
7 p.m. performance.
Also the Academy of Early
Music Solo Series continues today
as flutist Michael Lynn and har-
psichordist Edward Parmentier
display their ample talents on
works by J.S. Bach, Boismortier,

Bars & Clubs
The Habitat-The Whiz Kids
streak by with oldies and dancies.
Joe's Star Lounge-Boogie down
to George Bedard and the Bon-
nevilles.
Mr. Flood's Party-Piano man
Martin Simmons brings along the
Spaceheaters.
Mountain Jack's-Top-40 band
Rainbow continue their appearan-
ce.
Rick's American Cafe-
Epicurean dishes up tasteful dan-
cers.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot on jazz piano.
Second Chance-Mariner sinks
in some more rock.
West Bank-Topaz is a top-40
sextet.
Dance
Department of Dance/School of
Music
Robert Ashley's videotape series
Music with Roots in the Aether!
shows tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the
Dance Building's Studio A
Theatre. See listing for Monday.
Etc.
Sierra Club
Tonight's 7:30 p.m. general
meeting features a campcraft
workshop as 'well as social interac-
tion. Everyone is welcome.
Heidleberg Restaurant (215 N.
Main) Call 663-9661. Free.
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The Earle-Larry Manderville
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