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Bars & Clubs
Arbor Valley Inn-Enjoy the
country and western music of John
Anthony & Legend.
The Blind Pig-Rockin' Steve
Nardella is back for your listening
and dancing pleasure.
The Earle-The Ron Brooks Trio
entertains at The Earle tonight.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox)-
Come enjoy classic pianist
Winifred Kerner.
The Habitat-Dance to the rock
of the Whiz kids.
Joe's Star Lounge-Let the Blue
Front Persuaders persuade you to
dance and enjoy yourself.
Main Street Saloon-Stark
Raving Revue plays blues, R&B,
and rock tonight.
Mr. Flood's Party-Tree plays
versatile rock for the Flood's
crowd.
Mountain Jack's-More top-40
rock by Bones.
Rick's American Cafe-Get
goin' with 123-Go at Rick's tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Solo pianist Bart Polot
performs his best.
Second Chance-Experience the
top-40 rock of Moriah this evening.
Stage Door-Vocalist Marietta
Baylis sings dynamic jazz and
blues.
University Club-Astralight
combines funk with rock and in-
troduces a new music to dance to.
West Bank-Everyone's favorite
top-40 sextet Mystique returns.
Music
Sound of Detroit
The Motor City Sound echoes off
the walls of historic and beautiful
St. Andrews Hall (431 E. Congress)
when the Lyman Woodard
Organization and special guests
Juanita McCray and her Motor
City Beat treat the city to some of

its best home grown music. Music
begins at 6 p.m. Tickets $6. Call
331-8786
Benefit for Ark Coffeehouse
The Sixth Ann Arbor Folk
Festival will benefit the Ark Cof-
feehouse, Ann Arbor's famous folk
club. THis year's festival will
feature various folk artists in-
cluding guitarist David Bromberg
who headlines both shows. THis
event has become a popular one
over the years and offers folk
music at its best. Showtimes are
1:30 and 8 p.m., at the Michigan
Theater. Tickets are $8.50, $15 or
$12.50 and are available at Herb
David's Guitar Studio, Schoolkid's
Records, and the Michigan
Theater box office.
Call 761-1451.
Dance
University Folk Dance Club
Everyone is invited to join the
folk dancing instruction for only
$1.50. Dancing follows instruction.
8-9:30 p.m. (Instruction), 9:30
p.m.-midnight (dancing). 3rd floor
dance studio (621 E. William). 665-
9427.
Men Working
The all-male dance and theater
troupe presents "Did You Ever
Wonder Why?" a series of im-
provisational works that combine
music, comedy and serious
theater. Canterbury Loft (332 S.
State), 8 p.m. $3.50 for Adults, $1
for children under 12.665-0606.
Sports
Indoor Track
The women tracksters take on
the fleetfeet from Western Ontario
at 7:30 p.m. in the Track and Ten-
nis Building. $1 Call 763-2159.
Wrestling
The Wildcats of Northwestern
take the fall for the University
grapplers tonight at 7:30 p.m. in
Crisler Arena. $1. Call 764-0247.
Etc.
School of Natural Resources
John Ball, executive vice

president of Champion Inter-
national speaks today on "The
Making and Marketing of Wood
Products in the '80s." 3-5 p.m.
Dana Building on Central Campus,
Room 1040. Call 764-7260. Free.
University Committee for Gender
Research
Discussions about the develop-
ment of the women will be open for
all who wish to participate. 12 p.m.
International Center (603 E.
Madison). 764-0373. Free.
Space Shuttle: AstroFest Program
119
Jim Loudon will give a terrific
slide show and speak in great
detail about the problems and in-
teresting processes that surroun-
ded the Space Shuttle Columbia's
fifth mission. MLB Aud. 3, 7:30
p.m. 994-3966. Free.
Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor
An organization of talented
young actors from all parts of the
world will be settling in the Ann
Arbor community for a show en-_
titled Up With People. Folk songs
and dancing all night. $8.50,
Michigan Theater. Call 668-8480.
Ann Arbor Public Library Films
for Children
In honor of Martin Lutber King
Day, the Ann Arbor Public Library
Films for Children will present the
Time-Life film The Bridge of
Adam Rush. The film is intended
for children in kindergarten or
older (no preschollers) and follows
the story of a father and his son
and their learning to work
together. From 2-3 p.m. at the Ann
Arbor Public Library. 994-2345.
Free.
Guild House
Today at their weekly luncheon
the Guild House presents political
science professor David Singer.
Professor Singer will discuss Some
Promising Signs for Reversing
the Arms Race, an area in which
he is well associated due to his ex-
tensive research in the causes and
probabilities of war. The luncheon
is at noon at the Guild House, 802
Monroe. 662-5189. Free.
Rodolf Steiner Institute
Designer/architect Rex Raab
will be presenting a lecture on The
Architectural Ideas of Rudolf
Steiner, Their Expression in the
First Goetheanum, and the Ar-
tisans Who Realized Them. This
lecture takes place at 1923 Geddes,
8 p.m. Students $2. 662-3316.

Main Street Saloon-Stark
Raving Revue plays blues, R&B,
and rock..
Mr. Flood's Party-Tree returns
with easy rock.
Mountain Jack's-Dance your
worries away to the sounds of
Bones, the top-40 dance band of the
'80s.
Rick's American Cafe-123-Go
hits Rick's again with high-
powered rock and dance tunes.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot is back with
soothing solo piano.
Second Chance-Top-40 rock
band Moriah rocks the Chance.
Stage Door-Marietta Baylis ex-
plodes with dynamic jazz and blues
vocals.
University Club-Local jazz en-
semble Meantone offers wonderful
jazz.
West Bank-Mystique pounds
out more top-40 dance tunes.
Dance
Cobblestone Country Dancers
Beginners and experienced dan-
cers are invited to learn various
styles of dancing. 19th century
styles: 6-8 p.m. Free. Contem-
porary styles: 8 p.m.-midnight.
$2.50.Webster Community Hall.
Call 662-9325.
University Musical Society
The 40-member Tamburitizans
perform East European folk dance
accompanied by the lute-like tam-
buritza. The world-renowned en-
semble travels from Pittsburgh's
Duquesne University for this per-
formance. Power Center, 8 p.m.
Tickets $6-$10. Call 665-3717.
Men Working
See Friday's listing for the all-
male dance troupe. 8 p.m.
Sports
Basketball
The hoopsters of Wisconsin hop
into Crisler Arena for a showdown
with the Michigan tall men at 9
p.m. $5. Call 764-0247.
Etc.

of the photographs of 20th-century
French photographer Eugen
Atget, with an explanation in
French by George Tysh, poetry
program coordinator at the In-
stitute. Carpools are available; all
invited. Call Nan at 665-5425. Free.
Women's Aglow Fellowship
The Ann Arbor chapter of this in-
terdenominational Christian
fellowship meets this morning at
9:30 a.m. in the Holiday Inn West
(2900 Jackson). $2 for members;
$2.50 for non-members. Call 483-
7338.

down on you with top-40 dance
tunes. ~
Rick's American Cafe-Power-
ful '60s rock from Let's Talk About
Girls.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-David Mayer takes over
as solo pianist.
Second Chance-Rock and roll at
its best by Freeman James Band
tonight.
University Club-There's a dan-
ce party at the club tonight
featuring a DJ who promises to
play all your favorites.
Dance
Aerobic Dancing, Inc.
Anyone can attend the five to
twelve week aerobic dance courses
to begin tonight. The easy-to-learn
dances condition and tone the
muscles of the entire body. Call
761-6377 for cost and locations.
Etc.
School of Natural Resources
University veep for academic af-
fairs Billy E. Frye chairs today's
special noon-3 p.m. public meeting
on the current review of the School
of Natural Resources. Persons
wishing to present their views at
the meeting should contact Ruth
Kallio at 764-9254 to reserve a time.
Budget review reports are
available at the reference desk of
the Graduate Library. Free.
University Artist and Craftsmen
Guild
Registration for the Guild's Ar-
tspace classes begins today; in-
struction is available in everything
from leaded glass and
photography to calligraphy and
chinese brush painting. Classes
begin January 31. Register at the
Michigan Union ticket office 7:30
a.m.-7:30 p.m. Call 763-4430.

C-60, C-90, Go!" Not a conventional
pop band,, though, as 16-year old
Annabella will prove. Recommen-
ded. $10. (516 E. Liberty). Call 994-
5350.
Etc.
Halfway Inn
The Halfass, located in East
Quad (entrance on Church St),
hosts tonight's edition of "Pigs
With Wings," a continuing forum
for creative poetry, music, dance,
and general entertainment. Plenty
of original work; you can expect to
be bored by some skits, and
pleasantly surprised by many
others. 10 p.m. Call 995-2023. Free.
Recycle Ann Arbor
Today's the collection date for
the area bounded by Brooks,
Miller, Maple, and M-14-Newport-
Huron River Drive. Donate your
recyclable items. Call 665-6398.
Ann Arbor Camera Club
Lensmen Lenton Sutcliffe and
George Mendenhall tell you how to
get the better picture. All invited to
Forsythe School (1655 Newport).
Call 971-6478. Free.

Bars & ClubsI
Del Rio-Smooth jazz by local
performers for your Sunday enter-
tainment.
Joe's Star Lounge-Misbehavin'
sings '40s-style tunes that leave
you rockin'.
Mr. Flood's Party-George
Bedard and Mr. B play rockabilly
and country at Flood's for the
evening.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot is still per-
forming wonderful piano solos.
Second Chance-Moriah plays
top-40 rock.
SPORTS
Wrestling
Crisler Arena hosts today's 2
p.m. match between the Univer-
sity wrestlers and the boys from
Lehigh. $1. Call 764-0247.
Etc.
Artworlds Photographic Society
Anybody who wishes to join this
exclusive club is invited to attend
this meeting. 7:30 p.m., Artworlds
(213/2 S. Main). Call 994-8400.
Free.
Pinewood Derby
Local cub scouts compete in this
fast moving, aggressive model
car race. Full of excitement. 2-4

Bars & Clubs
Arbor Valley Inn-John Anthony
returns with Legend for more
rousing country & western music.
The Blind Pig-Rock your night
away with Steve Nardella.
The Earle-Jazz up your evening
with the Ron Brooks Trio.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox)-
Piano classics by Winifred Kerner.
The Habitat-Rousing rock and
dance tunes by Whiz Kids tonight
at Habitat.
Joe's Star Lounge-The Blue
Front Persuaders are at it again
with everything from R&B 'to
oldies rock.

Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation p.m., Arborland Shopping Center,l
Department Call 971-1825. Free.
Six holes of golf, hopefully shot in Ann Arbor Unitarian Fellowship
the snow, followed by chili served A guest speaker from the local
to all the participants. Prizes will GO club leads a discussion about
be awarded for several the popular Japanese game of GO
miscellaneous categories. 10 a.m. and the intriguing philosophy
Leslie Park Golf Course (2120 behind it. 10 a.m., Burns Park
Traver). $5. Call 971-9841 or 994- Community Center (1320 Bald-
2780. win). Free. Call 971-8638.
University of Michigan Exhibit
Museum Planetarium
A presentation of the unique win-u
ter arrangements of the con-
stellations that includes audio and
visual effects. 10:30 and 11:30
a.m.; 2, 3, and 4 p.m. ExhibitB
Museum (Geddes at N. Univer- Bars & Clubs
sity). Call 764-0478. The Blind Pig-Rockabilly and
Ann Arbor Folk Festival country by George Bedard and Mr.
Probably the best and biggest B.
line-up of popular folk musicians The Earle-Super solos by Larry
ever to hit town take part in a day Manderville on piano this evening.
of festivities. Guaranteed to leave Joe's Star Lounge-Blue Front
you in tears of joy. 1:30 and 8 p.m. Persuaders return with more R&B
Michigan Theater. Tickets $8.50. classics to keep you dancin'.
Call 761-1451. Mr. Flood's Party-Steve
Alliance Francaise d'Ann Arbor Newhouse combines funk, blues,
The Alliance sponsors a tour at and country for interesting enter-
the Detroit Institute of Arts today tainment.
at 2 p.m. Featured is an exhibition Mountain Jack's-Rainbo rains

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Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Larry Manderville
elegantly entertains on his jazz
piano.
The Habitat-The Whiz Kids
play cool, danceable top-40.
Joe's Star Lounge-The Blue
Front Persuaders jam up a storm.
Main Street Saloon-Stark
Raving Revue pumps out powerful
R&B.
Mr. Flood's Party-Tree per-
forms excellent photosynthetic
pop.
Mountain Jack's-Bones plays
fun top-40 dance music.
Rick's American Cafe-1-2-3 Go!
rock Rick's with good music.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot takes to his
jazz piano.
Second Chance-Bow Wow Wow.
See Music.
Stage Door-Powerful jazz and
blues with Marietta Baylis.
University Club-Astralight
rocks this town tonight.
West Bank-Mystique plays a
fun evening of top-40.
MusiC
Prism Productions
Go wild in the country! An-
nabella Lwin (nee Myant Aye) and
the original Ants, collectively
known as Bow Wow Wow swing in-
to Second Chance tonight at 9:30
p.m. with a lineup of danceable
hits from "I Want Candy" to "C-30,

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Fabulous solo piano
by Larry Manderville.
The Habitat-The Whiz Kids
rock the Habitat tonight with dan-
ceable rock.
Joe's Star Lounge-Ann Arbor's
favorite rocker Steve Nardella
returns.
Mr. Flood's Party-Join the
hard-country rockin' Stormy Rice
Band.
Mountain Jack's-Dance your
night away with the return of
Rainbo.
Rick's American Cafe-Suspects
hit Rick's with some suspicious
soul-rock.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot takes over
the keys with sweet solo piano.
Second Chance-Masquerade
entertains theChance with top-40
rock this evening.
University Club-The U-Club
sponsors its regular Laugh-track
for your hilarious pleasure.
West Bank-Top-40 tunes by
Topaz to get you goin'.
Music
Ann Arbor Council for Traditional
Music and Dance
Bonnevilles guitarist Bob Shet-
ter gets into the country and
western/blues tonight at 8 p.m. for
a special house concert (826 W.
Huron). Call 769-1052.
Theater
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Nikolai Gogol's short story The
Diary of a Madman will be per-
formed by the University's
resident professional theater com-
pany. The story follows the life of a
lonely civil servant who records
the events of his life in a diary. The
story deals with everything from
the dramatic yet somewhat comic
romance of the star to his fall and
guarantees to be an excellent stage
piece. 8 p.m. New Trueblood Arena
Frieze Building. $8-$10 tickets at
the box office in the Michigan
League (764-0450) and at the door

an hour before each performance.
764-5387.
Etc.
Center for Russian and East
European Studies
Today's Brown Bag on "Dual
Status of Ukrainians in the USSR"
features Mr. Simian Guo, Council
member of the Chinese Association
for World Nationality Studies and
the Friendship Association of
Beijing, Peoples Republic of
China. Noon. Commons Room of
Lane Hall.
Hopwood Awards
The winners of the annual Hop-
wood competition will be announ-
ced this afternoon in Rackham
Auditorium. The competition was
among University freshmen and
sophomores inessay, poetry, and
fiction. Other literary prizes are to
be awarded also, including the
Academy of American Poets
award, the Gutterman Prize, and
the award for the Weisberg Poetry
Contest. 4 p.m. Rackham
Auditorium. 764-6296. Free.
Michigan Map Society
Latin/history teacher Mary
Pedley speaks on "Cartography in
the Small Claims Court: The Atlas
Universal Law Suit of 1754,"
tonight at 8 p.m. in the W.L.
Clements Library (S. University at
Tappan. Call 764-0341. Free.
Yoga Center
Tonight's 8 p.m. lecture
examines "The Life and Teachings
of Sat Guru de la Ferriere." (205 E.
Ann) Call 769-4321. Free.
Ann Arbor Piano Teachers Guild
Everyone is invited to this for-
mal meeting featuring local
psychologist Donald Blain who will
lecture on how to understand the
anxiety that piano students ex-
perience and how it can effect their
performance. 1908 Lorraine Place
(off Berkshire from Washtenaw).
475-2702, 994-9249. Free.
Washtenaw Ski Touring Club
Slightly humorous member
Robert Papps talks about what
things to carry in your knapsack
while skiing at this informational
meeting for all interested skiers.
7:30 p.m. upstairs at the
Heidelberg (215 N. Main). 662-
SKIS. Free.
Washtenaw Audubon Society
At this month's annual meeting
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's
Great Lakes Fisheries Lab
representative Bruce Manny lec-
tures on Ecological Habitat
Research. Topics to be discussed
will include winter navigation of
the Great Lakes, acid rain, and
lake trout restoration. 7:30 p.m.
Matthaei Botanical Gardens (1800
N. Dixboro). 764-6482. Free.
Michigan Solar Energy
Association
There will be a members'
meeting tonight to discuss plans
for the 1983 calendar. All members
and prospective members are
urged to come. 7:30 p.m. Ecology
Center (417 Detroit). 996-3151.

The Habitat-The Whiz Kids
take to the stage again with top-40
dance & rock.
Joe's Star Lounge-Those big-
time guys the Urbations are back
to rock the Star Bar.
Mr. Flood Party-More hard-
rockin' country tunes by the Stor-
my Rice Band for the Flood's
crowd.
Mountain Jack's-Dance to the
beat of everyone's favorite top-40
dance band Rainbo.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-More solo piano with
Bart Polot.
Second Chance-Masquerade
rips it up for the Chance crowd
with top-40 rock.
University Club-Enjoy folk and
jazz by local performers at Soun-
dstage.
West Bank-Topaz pounds out
top-40 tunes with tantalizing style.
Music
Michigan Opera Theatre
Wilhelmenia Wiggins Fernan-
dez, opera star who recently ap-
peared in the French film Diva will
be present in a gala benefit for the
Michigan Opera Theatre Guild.
Festivities include a 7:30 screening
of Diva at the Bloomfield theatre in
Birmingham followed by a party at
the Cheeks disco where Fernandez
will talk with celebrants and sign
autographs. An impressive and
cultured evening with all the
money going to the Michigan
Opera, it's $20 a head and you can
get tickets at the Michigan Opera
(350 Madison Ave), Cheeks, the
Bloomfield Theatre, or Bir-
mingham's Discount Records.
Performance Network
Tonight's concert of "Classical
Jazz-An Intimate Evening of
Living Music" includes the
premier of Ann Arborite Bruce
Dundero's first symphonic work,
The Dancer. Stephanie Ozer will
conduct 30 jazz and classical
musicians; the Les Bloom-Bruce
Dundero Sextet will also perform,
as will pianist Larry Manderville
and others. (408 W. Washington) $5
in advance, $6 at door. 8 p.m. Call
769-2662.
Rick's American Cafe
If you have any taste for the
blues, be sure to drop by whiz
guitarist Luther Allison's 9:30 p.m.
performance tonight. A virtuoso
all the way through, Allison's fall
appearances at Rick's and the
East Quad Halloween Party were
very popular. $3.50. Recommen-
ded. Call996-2747.
Theater
Canterbury Loft
The horsepower is over-
whelming in the Loft's reopening
of Equus. Peter Shaffer has writ-
ten a psychodrama about a young
man's obsessive passion for the
hooved creatures. Elise Bryant
directs the Common Ground
Theatre performance which runs
through Sunday. $4 Residential
College Theatre. Call 665-0606.
Etc.
SYDA Foundation
Former art historian Swami
Shantananda gives a public lecture
on "Creativity and Meditation"
today at 8 p.. in the Pendleton.'
Room of the Michigan Union. Call1
994-5625. Free.
Huron Valley Quilting Society
Today's 7:30 p.m. meeting at the
St. Andrew's Episcopal ChurchI

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