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Bars & Clubs
Arbor Valley Inn - Country &
Western with John Anthony and
Legend.
The Blind Pig - Chicago Pete
and the Detroiters play soul mixed
with R & B.
The Earle - Ron Brooks Trio
swings with easy jazz.
The Fox's Den (Lord Foe) - The
wonderful classic pianist Winifred
Kerner entertains tonight.
The Habitat - Listen to the dan-
ce tunes of the Whiz Kids and dan-
ce your night away.
Joe's Star Lounge - Ann Arbor's
favorite wild rockers the Ur-
bations.
Main Street Saloon - Six female
rockers Herizon blast-out original
tunes.
Mile High Club - Mustard's
Retreat plays innovative folk-rock.
Mr. Flood's Party - Wild and
rockin' country band Stormy Rice
Band performs.
Mountain Jack's -Rainbow rips
up the joint with top-40 hits.
Rick's American Cafe - Luther
Allison performs. See Music.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer - Bart Polot plays piano
solos this evening.
Second Chance - Rock with
Masquerade to top-40 hits.
Stage Door - The string quartet
Music Unique plays classics
tonight.
University Club - Boogie-
woogie blues and country &
rockabilly unite with George
Bedard and the Bonnevilles.
West Bank - Swing with the
Sextet Topaz to top-40 hits.
Music
Performance Network
"Classical Jazz: An Intimate
Evening of Living Music". Per-
formance of Ann Arbor's Bruce
Dondero's "The Dancer," his first
symphonic work, by thirty of Ann
Arbor's best jazz musicians. Also
performances of the Les Bloom-
Bruce Dondero Sextet, pianist.
Larry Manderville, and more.
8 p.m. Performance Network (408
W. Washington) $5-$6. Call 663-
0681.
University School of Music
The Collage Concert, featuring
an hour of continuous music by the
University's bands, orchestras and
choirs. Come early, because no one
will be seated after the concert
begins. 8:15 p.m. Hill Auditorium.
Call 763-3017. Free.
Rick's American Cafe (611 Chur-
ch)
Blues guitarist Luther Allison
returns to Ann Arbor to give us a
taste of his fab vocals and amazing
guitar work which have merited
him comparisons to the likes of B.
B. King and even Jimi Hendrix.
9:30 p.m. $3.50. Call 996-2747.
Dance
University Folk Dancing Club
Instruction in folk dance for
beginners followed by 2 hours of

dancing. Music by Ann Arbor's
Brown Bag International Folk
Dance Band. 8-9:30 p.m. (instruc-
tion), 9:30-midnight (dancing). 3rd
floor dance studio. (621 E.
William), $2. Call 665-9427).
University Dance Department
"1 Dimension by 2 Dimensons By
3 Dimensions By 4 Dimen-
sions ..." Coordinated by Univer-
sity Senior dance students,
featuring costume designs by
University art students, and per-
formances by University music
and dance students, this will be a
spectacular concert and dance
show, performed in the round and
featuring music ranging from
"banjo to blues." 8 p.m. (doors
open at 7:30 p.m.) Michigan Union
Ballrooms. Call 763-INFO.) Free.
Theater
Residential College Theater
Peter Shaffer's Equus, about a
boy's passion for horses, returns
and will continue for its second of
four performances tonight. The
University's Mime Troupe will
perform as horses while the ac-
companying music by Ann Arbor's
Martin Simmons provides a
provocative element to the entire
performance. Tickets are $3.50 in
advance, $4 at the door for the
shows at 8p.m. only.
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Erik Fredricksen stars as a
lonely civil servant in Diary of a
Madman, an adaptation ofNikolai
Gogol's short story. The one-man
show is a dramatic and somewhat
comic telling of a small man whose
aspirations go far beyond the
realities of his existence. 8 p.m.
New Trueblood Arena, Frieze
Building.
$8-$10. Call 764-5387.
Sports
Women's basketball
The tall ladies of Ohio State
stomp into Crisler Arena for a 7
p.m. confrontation with the
University. $1. Call 763-2159.
Swimming
Splash! The Wisconsin women
tankers swim to the Matt Mann
Pool for their 7:30 dual meet with
Michigan's mermaids. $1. Call 763-
2159.
Women's Indoor Track
Michigan's relay runners
display their flair for hoofing it at
the Track and Tennis Bldg. at 6
p.m. $1. Call 763-2159.
Etc.
Michigan Community Theater
Foundation
This year's Las Vegas
Millionaire Party will be open to
the public tonight for everyone's
dancing and gambling pleasure.
Alone with the Las Vegas-type
gaming tables there will be a raffle
for various large prizes, music by
artists such as the Bill Thomas
Trio and others, and even Mayor
Lou Belcher will be on hand to host
this increasingly popular event.
This annual party is held to raise
money for the Michigan Theater. A
good time is guaranteed all. Casual
attire (jacket and tie). 4 p.m. to 2
a.m., Ann Arbor Inn. $5, which in-
cludes one drink ticket. 668-8480,
769-9500.

Washtenaw County Coordinating
Council for Children at Risk
University child psychiatrist
Judith Kleinman will give a lecture
on "Emotional Abuse: The
Dilemma of Identification and In-
tervention." Coffee will be served
and a bag lunch is optional. Noon-2
p.m., Darlington Lutheran Church
(3545 Packard). 973-RISK. Free.
University League
-The League will be sponsoring a
lecture on "Obstetrics in the
Netherlands: What to Pay for
Healthy Babies." The lecture will
be given by visiting Dutch
professor Hendrick Huisjes, a
professor practiced in the areas of
gynecology and obstetrics. 8 p.m.,
International Center (West Quad).
763-6865. Free.
Cultural School of Ann Arbor Oneg
Shabbat
Nira and Moshe Yorav of the
Kibbutz Gevulot speak at the
"Secular Judaism on the Kibbutz"
on the lifestyles they observed
while on their kibbutz, such as
bar/bat mitzvah, marriage, death,
and other societal traditions. 8
p.m. For location call 662-3441, 665-
9244. Free.

Bars & Clubs
Arbor Valley Inn - Bounce to
the country & western beat of John
Anthony and Legend.
The Blind Pig - R & B greats
with a tinge of soul from Chicago
Pete and the Detroiters.
The Earle - Ron Brooks Trio
plays cool jazz for your wining and
dining pleasure.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox) --
Steve Larson's jazzy piano solos
tonight.
The Habitat - More rockin'
dance music by Whiz Kids.
Joe's Star Lounge - George
Bedard and the Bonnevilles mix
originals and rockabilly hits
tonight.
Main Street Saloon - Herizon
returns with those six swinging
female rockers.
Mile High Club - Wide variety
of contemporary tunes by
Mustard's Retreat.
Mr. Flood's Party - Stormy
Rice band offers their finale in wild
country tunes.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbow
wraps up the weekend with top-40
dance favorites.
Rick's American Cafe -
Rockabilly with style at Rick's
tonight with the Americatz.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polet plays more
solo piano.
Second Chance - Don't miss the
top-40 rock of Masquerade.
Stage Door - Music Unique
presents unique classics on
strings.
University Club - Ronald Shan-
non Jackson tonight. See Music.
West Bank - Topaz plays top-40
dance hits to get you goin'.
Music
School of Music
For this year's 38th Annual Mid-

western Conference on School
Vocal and Instrumental Music the
School of Music offers the Sydney
Youth Chamber Orchestra. This
orchestra is composed of 24 15-
year-olds who come from all over
Austrailia. They have been the
recipients of much praise lately
and their show is strongly recom-
mended. 10:30 a.m., Rackham
Auditorium.
Along with the Sydney Youth 'Or-
chestra the conference will feature
High School Honors Choirs. These
choirs are composed of high school
students selected from around
Michigan. As an extra event there
will also be a performance by
Junior High School Honors Choirs
at 3 p.m. at Hill. The High School
Honors Choirs will perform at 7:15
p.m., Hill Auditorium. Call 763-
4321. Free.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
Roland Shannon Jackson, who
will be performing tonight at the U
Club, will be giving a drumming
lecture and demonstration for all
you aspiring young drummers.
This Drumming Workshop is spon-
sored by Eclipse Jazz and will be
held at 4 p.m. at the Trotter House
(1443 Washtenaw). 763-4692. Free.
Music
Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra
Society
Silver Medalist of the sixth Van
Cliburn International Piano Com-
petition Panayis Lyras will per-
form tonight at the Michigan
Theater. Lyras has received rave
reviews ever since his debut in 1980
and the show promises to be a
classic. 8:30 p.m., Michigan
Theater. Call 996-0066 for ticket in-
formation.
Music
Eclipse Jazz
Tonight at the University Club
Eclipse Jazz features jazzman-
drummer Ronald Shannon
Jackson. Jackson and his band,
Decoding Society, offer dynamic
entertainment and tonight they are
celebrating the release of their
latest LP Mandance. Jackson and
the Decoding Society hit Ann Arbor
only once a year and have already
established quite a following.
Recommended. Tickets are $6.50
for the shows at 8 and 10:30 p.m.,
University Club.
Ann Arbor Armory
Tonight the Armory is holding a
Reggae Dance Party featuring
none other than Detroit's own
Makah Rhythm Tribe and those
local boys Stolen Legacy. Other ar-
tists will be featured for this
evening of entertainment and all
are invited to attend from 9 p.m.-1
a.m., Ann Arbor Armory (233 E.
Ann). $3. 995-1016.
Theater
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Diary of a Madman gets another
entry at 8 p.m. See Friday listing.1
Canterbury Loft
The Residential College theaterI
in East Quad hosts the return
engagement of Equus. 8 p.m. See1
Friday listing.

et
Dance
Dance Department/Michigan
Union
Tonight there will be a student
concert "1 Dimension By 2 Dimen-
sions By 3 Dimensions By 4
Dimensions ... " highly creative
show featuring solo and group
dances. The performances are
enhanced by music from "banjo to
blues," fabulous costumes, and
even some soft sculptures. Doors
open at 7:30 for the show that
begins at 8 p.m., Michigan Union
Ballroom. 763-INFO. Free.
Swingin' A's Square Dance Club
Ted Shaw will be the featured
"caller" for tonight's ever-
popular square dance. All are in-
vited and urged to come join in the
fun. 8-11 p.m., Forsythe School
(1655 Newport). $4.50 per -couple.
663-3172,662-6673.
Sports
You must register at the Office
of Student Organizations, Ac-
tivities and Programs by Friday,
January 21, for tonight's on-
campus tournaments in bowling,
billiards, darts, backgammon,
chess, table soccer, and table ten-
Snis. Winners will represent the
University in the Association of
College-Unions International
regional tournaments at the
University of Toledo, February 11-
12, 1983. Information on
registration and tournaments is
available at the Campus Games
Center desk, 2nd floor of Michigan
Union. Call 763-5786. Free.
Indoor Track
The Track and Tennis Bldg.
hosts today's prelims and finals of
the exciting Michigan Relays,
beginning at 3 p.m. Run on over.
$1. Call 764-0247.
Water volleyball
The Ann Arbor Parks and
Recreation Department sponsors
today's 5-7 p.m. aqueous free-for-
all in the Mack Indoor Swimming
Pool (715 Brooks). 50. Call 994-
2898.
Ice Skating
The Coterie-Newcomers Club of
Ann Arbor invites new Ann Arbor
residents to Veterans Ice Arena
(2150 Jackson) tonight from 8:30-
10:30 p.m. for a figure eight with
the gang. $2. Call 662-1131.
Etc.
University Exhibit Museum
Planetarium
Tonight at the audio-visual
presentation entitled "Orion and
Company" all the constellations
and planets visible in the winter
sky will be viewed. The presen-
tation will be held at 10:30 & 11:30
a.m. and 2, 3, and 4 p.m. at the
Exhibit Museum (Geddes at N.
University). $1. Call 764-0478.
Friends of Matthaei Botanical
Gardens
Avis Waldecker will be on hand
this afternoon to teach flower
pressing techniques for such things
as greeting cards, stationary, and
pictures. 2-2:30 p.m., Matthaei
Botanical Gardens (1800 N. Dix-
boro Rd.). $2.50. Friends and
members free. Call 764-1168.

Michigan Community Theater
Foundation
The LasVegas Millionaire Party
continues, see Friday ETC.
Syda Foundation
The Foundation welcomes heir
guest Swami Shantananda, inter-
national lecturer on Siddha
meditation. Shantananda's lecture
will be on the subject of
"Shaivism: The Path to Self-
Recognition." 8 p.m. (1522 Hill).
Call 994-5625. Free.
Coterie-Newcomers Club of Ann
Arbor
The Club will be sponsoring an
Ice Skating Party which is open to
all newcomers to Ann Arbor or
even those who have returned
within the past two years. The par-
ty runs from 8:30 - 10:30 p.m. at the
Veterans Ice Arena (2150
Jackson). $2 and skate rentals are
available for $1. Call 662-1131.

Bars & Clubs
Del Rio - Local talent will jazz up
your Sunday at Del Rio tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge - Diverse tunes
with Safe House Benefit, Beaucoup
and other guests.
Mr. Flood's Party - Original
sounds on piano, guitar and vocals
by Terry Tate.
Rick's American Cafe -
Epicurean plays rock to boost this
University Crew's Benefit.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot offers
pleasant piano.
Second Chance - Top-40 hits
with Masquerade, those wild
rockers.
Theater
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Another listing for Gogol's Diary
of a Madman. 8p.m. See Friday.
Canterbury Loft
Equus trots back in. 8 p.m. See
Friday listing.
Sports
Women's basketball
Indiana holds court with the
University tall women today at 2
p.m. in Crisler Arena. $1. Call 763-
2159.
Etc.
Pan-Hellenic Assocation
There will be an open house
meeting on Michigan's sorority
winter rush this afternoon from 1-3
p.m. in the Michigan Union's An-
derson Room. Call 663-4505. Free.
Ann Arbor Unitarian Fellowship
A discussion by University social
work professor Rosemary C. Sarri
on "Dismantling Social Services"
will take place 10 a.m. at the Burns
Park Community Center, (1320-
Baldwin). Call 971-8638. Free.
Washtenaw County Parks and
Recreation Commission
The nip of winter is in the air, and
it's time once again for the County
Farm Winter Festival! Fun in-
cludes sleigh rides, a cross-country
ski race, folk music, and lots more.
The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. So grab the kids and zoom on
over to the County Farm, (2960
Washtenaw). Call 973-2575 for fur-
ther info. Free admission.
Yoga Center
The Ann Arbor Yoga Center is

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig - Let Boogie
Woogie Red help you boogie away
your blues.
The Earle - Larry Manderville
takes over the piano with sweet
solos.
Joe's Star Lounge - It's jitter-
bug dance night at Joe's with Blue
Front Persuaders.
Mr. Flood's Party - Versatile
rock and blues by the Phantones
tonight.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbow
returns to color your night with
top-40 dance hits.
Rick's American Cafe - VVT
presents wild music along the lines
of the Jam, Clash, and others.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) w David Mayer takes to
the keys with piano solos.
Second Chance - Everyone's
local reggae favorite SLK perfor-
ms in honor of their new release.
University Club - A DJ will be
on hand to play your favorites for
tonight's dance party.
Etc.
Renaissance Universal Club
The Michigan Union hosts
"Universalism," a multi-media
presentation on the state of the
world, followed by a study group
report on "Is Anyone Controlling
America's Free Economy?" 7-8
p.m. Call Kirk at 971-6882. Free.

sponsoring a "white session," or
public gathering of Initiation of the
Great Universal Brotherhood,
today at noon at the Yoga Center,
205 E. Ann. Call 769-4321. Free.
University Exhibit Museum
Planetarium
Take a gander at the stars and
planets visible in these wintry
skies at 2, 3, and 4 p.m. at the
Exhibit Museum, Geddes at N.
University. $1: Phone 764-0478.

Metamorphosis are conducted by
doctoral student Yakov Kreizberg
at 8 p.m., Hill Auditorium. Call 763-
4726. Free.
The Ark
Nelson Amos performs pieces by
two contemporary guitar com-
posers, Augustin Barrios and
William Foden. Also included in
the program are works by Albeniz,
Satie, and Paganini. The show
begins at 8 p.m., and the Ark is
located at 1421 Hill. $5. 761-1451.
Etc.
Center for Continuing Education of
Women
The center's conference room
hosts a re-entry '83 brown bag lun-
ch with women who have recently
returned to school from noon-1:30
p.m. (35 S. Thayer). Call 763-1353.
Free.
Student Wood and Crafts Shop
The "Introduction to Wood-,
working" class begins today from1
7-10 p.m. Student fee is $18. (5371
S. A. B. Thompson.) Call 763-4025.
American Statistical Association
The Ann Arbor chapter opens the
new year with a lecture by the
University's noted economist, Dr.
Saul H. Hymans, on modern micro-
econometric modeling. Refresh-
ments served at 7:30 p.m.; lecture
begins at 8 p.m. Room 1016, Paton
Accounting Center, School of
Business. Call 994-3500, ext. 5526.
Free.
Renaissance Universal Club
"Why Meditate?" a half-hour
show on yoga and meditation will
be shown for eight showings every
hour on the hour, starting at 11
a.m. Personal instruction will be
available after each show. Call 971-
6882. Free.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville
plays more mellow piano.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox) -
Winifred Kerner plays classic
piano this evening.
The Habitat - Rock and dance
hits by the contemporary band
Whiz Kids.
Joe's Star Lounge - 10-piece
Detroit-based band Sun
Messengers play blues, jazz and
even Latin.
Mr. Flood's Party - The popular
group Lost World String Band
combines ragtime, blues, etc.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbow will
be featured tonight with top-40
dance songs.
Rick's American Cafe - Dan-
ceable rock from the '50s-'80s by
the Jets.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Sensational piano solos
by Bart Polot.
Second Chance - More of that
'60s rock with Steve King and the
Dittilies.
University Club - Local per-
formers entertain for Soundstage
at the club.
West Bank - Topaz tunes into
top-40 dance hits this evening.
Sports
Basketball
Eric Turner leads the surging
hoopsters against Purdue at
Crisler Arena, circa 8 p.m. Go'
Blue...$5. Call 764-0247.
Ann Arbor Trust Lunch and Learn
University athletic director Don
Canham, always an interesting
speaker, talks on "The Business
Side of Intercollegiate Athletics"
today in the Campus Inn at noon.
$5.50 gets you in and lunch as well.
Reservations by Jan. 25. Call 994-
5555, ext. 214.
Music
Michigan Union Arts Program
Barbara Weiss of the Academy
of Early Music performs on har-
psichord at 12:15 p.m. today in the
Michigan Union Pendleton Room.
Call 763-5900. Free.
University Musical Society
1981 Van Cliburn competition
silver medalist Santiago
Rodriguez is fast gaining an inter-
national reputation. He performs
on piano in Rackham Auditorium
tonight at 8:30 p.m. $6-9. Call 665-
3717.
Academy of Early Music
An evening of baroque music
(including Bach, Mozart, and
Forquerray) will benefit the
Nuclear Weapons Freeze cam-
paign tonight at 8 p.m. in the
Michigan Union Pendleton Room.
Features performers from Ann
Arbor's Ars Musica ensemble. $4
($2 for students and senior
citizens). Call 665-9160.
Theater
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Another look at Old Times. See
Wednesday listing. 8 p.m.
Saline Area Players
Stella! Take a certain Streetcar
Named Desire down to the Saline
High School Auditorium (7190
Maple) for the Players' productioni
of Tennessee Williams' great play.
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DuBois) goes head to head with
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The Earle - Pleasant piano
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Joe's Star Lounge - The trio It
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Joe's bunch.
Mr. Flood's Party - Michael
Lynch presents your basic coun-
try, folk, and western favorites.
Mountain Jack's - Top-40 dance
music by Rainbow to keep you
dancin'.
Rick's American Cafe - Rockin'
blues from the sax and piano off
Don Savoie & Chuck Perraut.
RoundhouserSaloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot plays the
piano for you.
Second Chance - Swing with the
'60s rock of Steve Kind & the Dit-
tilies.
University Club - A favorite
event at the U Club tonight with
their Reggae Dance Party.
West Bank - Six guys will enter-
tain you with top-40 dance tunes.
Music
University Symphony Orchestra
Shostakovich's Symphony No. 5
and Hindesmith's Symphonic

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Sophisticated solos
on piano by Larry Manderville.
The Habitat - Let the Whiz Kids
whip up some excitement for you
with top-40 hits.
Joe's Star Lounge - Everything
from Motown to Chicago blues can
be heard at Joe's by the Falcons.
Mr. Flood's Party - Steve
Newhouse Band blends country
classics with originals.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbo is on
stage again with more top-40 dance
hits.
Rick's American Cafe -
Oroboros comes from Cleveland
with the music of Grateful Dead,
Little Feat, etc.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot is back on
piano tonight.
Second Chance - Steve King en-
tertains with his Dittilies again
tonight.
University Club - Come and en-
joy the comedy offered by Laugh
Track.
West Bank - Those guys are at'
it again with top-40 dance by
Topaz.
Theater
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Harold Pinter's Old Times ex-
plores the uncertainty of memory
when three characters meet for an
evening reunion and remember
things that never really happened.
A comic mystery directed by
Richard Burgwin in the New
Trueblood Arena, Frieze Building.
8 p.m. Call 764-0450.

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