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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout - Watch Bob
Springfield play his music, tell a
few jokes 9:00 to close.
Arbor Valley Inn - White Gold
plays country rock.
The Blind Pig - The best rock
and roll in town; you can tell it's
the Chevelles. $3 cover.
The Earle - Ron Brooks Trio
presents soft jazz with piano, bass,
and drums.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox) -!
Winifred Kerner plays classical
piano tonight.
The Habitat - Whiz Kids are
back whippin' up more top-40 hits.
Joe's Star Lounge - Steve Nar-
della rocks Joe's all night long with
spicy originals.
Main Street Saloon - Jitterbug
and swing to the souilds of the
quartet Dominoes with '50s and '60s
classics.-
Mr. Flood's Party - Pete Kar-
nes and the Roadmasters electrify
your night with electric blues.
Mountain Jack's - Tonight
Jack's features the top-40 sounds of
Rainbo to keep you rockin' &
rollin'.
Rick's American Cafe - Falcons
fly into Rick's with rock and roll
Ann Arbor style.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot sweeps over
the keys once again with sweet
solos.
Second Chance - Rapture blasts
out funky rock and roll.
West Bank - Another top-40
dance sextet tonight, this time it's
Street Life.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Jazzy pianist and vocalist
Buster Banks provides wonderful
tunes.
Music
Ark
The Legendary singer-
songwriter Tom Paxton will join
forces with Bob Gibson and Ann
Hills tonight to perform a folk
music extravaganza: This .unique
trio will provide a rare opportunity
for fans to see two folk -legends
joined by a new talent. The per-
formances will include both solo
pieces and ensembles. Doors open
at 8:30 p.m. for the concert at 9
p.m. Call 761-1451.
Theater
The Department of Theater &
DramaI
The University Players announ-
ced their auditions for the up-
coming production of George S.
Kaufman and March Connelly's
Beggar on Horseback last night.
Auditions will continue tonight
through Saturday. This production
will be directed by Walter
Eysselinck and interested persons
should be prepared to read a short

passage from the play. Auditions
will be held in Power Center
rehearsal hall from 4:30-8 p.m.
Call 763-5213.
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
An Evening with Ionesco, will
run for its second and final
weekend at the Main Street
Theatre (338 S. Main). The two
one-act absurdist plays, The Bald
Soprano, about typical middle
class life, and The Lesson, having
to do with education, are wonder-
fully amusing and worth more than
the $3 ticket. Call 662-9405.
Etc.
University School of Natural
Resources
In their 1983 Laird/Norton
Distinguished Visitor Series the
University's School of Natural
Resources presents Robert Hann
of the U.S. Forest Service. Hann
will be speaking on "The
Resurgence of Forestry in the
Lake States." Lecture will be held
from 3-5 p.m. in Room 1040 Dana
Building (430 E. University). Call
763-3465. Free.
University Folk Dancing Club
The club will hold a beginners
lesson followed by request dancing
from 8-9:30 p.m. (instruction) and
9:30-midnight (dancing). 3rd floor
dance studio (621 E. William at
State). $1.50. Call 665-9427.
University Natural Resources Club
The club presents its annual
Paul Bunyan Ball tonight which
features dancing in the country
style to the music of Ann Arbor's
Broadway Playboys. A "Jack and
Jill" bucksawing contest and even
a Paul Bunyan look-alike contest
will be held at this fun-filled ball. 8
p.m.-midnight, Michigan Union
Ballroom. Tickets are $3in advan-
ce, $3.50 at the door. Call 763-5967.
Sports
Wrestling
The University wrestlers take to
the mats against Minnesota. 7:30
p.m., Crisler Arena. $1. Call 764-
0247.

those wizards of pop Whiz Kids.
Jo's Star Lounge - Liven up
your weekend with wild rock by
Steve Nardella.
Main Street Saloon - The
Dominoes roll you over with
rockin' dance hits.
Mr. Flood's Party - Pete Kar-
nes and the Roadmasters blues
your evening with electrifying
talent.
Mountain Jack's - More top-40
tunes to twist to all night long with
Rainbo.
Rick's American Cafe - Fly
over and see the Falcons play easy
rock and blues.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot resumes his
spot at the piano and performs
solo.
Second Chance - Roll over with
the funk of Rapture.
University Club - Anthony
Braxton performs tonight. See
Saturday Music.
West Bank - Stroll down the
lane of top-40 hits with Street Life.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks is back with boun-
cy, jazzy piano and vocals.
Music
Eclipse Jazz
Eclipse presents Anthony Brax-
ton tonight, an artist who hs both
composed and played works as
simple as solo alto improvisations,
and as complex as notated music
for multiple orchestras. This ver-
satile artist, who specializes in
saxophone, will be performning
with special guest Marilyn
Crispell.' The two will perform
solos as well as entertaining duets
for a show which promises to be
one of your greatest jazz experien-
ces. Tickets are $6.50 for the two
shows at 8 and 10:30 p.m. at the
University Club. Call 763-5924.
Office of Major Events
The beat goes on with Phil
Collins. This solo performance by
the energy that ignites Genesis
promises to be one of the highlights
of the concert season. Riding high
on the success of his latest solo ef-
fort, Phil is embarking for the first
time on a solo tour. This tour sees
Phil accompanied by the renowned
Phoenix Horns, backup artists for
Earth, Wind, and Fire. By the way,
the concert is sold out. It begins at
8 p.m. at Hill Auditorium.
Ark
Tom Paxton, Bob Gibson, and
Ann Hills perform again tonight at
9 p.m. See Friday's listing.
Theater'
Department of Theater & Drama
Auditions continue today for
Beggar on Horseback from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. See Friday's listing.
Etc.
University Center for Continuing'
Education of Women
Today's lecture on "Surviving
and Thriving in Graduate and
Professional School: Women at the

University" will include a
discussion of the consideration of
the graduate or professional school
experience for University women.
Issues, current status, student and
faculty views, and practical con-
siderations for the future will also
be discussed. $6 which includes
lunch. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at fourth
floor Rackham. Call 763-1353 or
764-6555.
Sports
Washtenaw Ski Touring Club
A morning of cross-country
skiing for those of all levels. Your
destination will be announced upon
arrival. And don't worry, if it fails
to snow, hiking will be substituted.
Held every Saturday. Departure
by carpool from the AAA parking
lot (1200 S. Main) at 9 a.m. Call 662-
SKIS. Free.
Basketball
Watch the Maize 'n' Blue
Wolverines topple the Spartans of
Michigan State on the court. 4 p.m.
at Crisler Arena. $5. Be there or be.
square. Call 764-0247.
Wrestling
Iowa will be pinned by the
mighty Wolverines today at Crisler
Arena. 7:30 p.m. $1. Call 764-0247.

Re
swamp is only possible in the win-
ter so don't miss this once-a-year
opportunity. Dress for two hours in
the cold. 10 a.m., Park Lyndon
North (N. Territorial). Call 973-
2575. Free.
Ann Arbor Recreation Department
Today marks the debut of the
recreation department's first of
four Sunday afternoon Mini-
Matinees. Today they will present
Fauman Mask Puppet Theater's
show, "Where did all the
Snowflakes Go?" and Ed Smit's
"Goodtime Juggling Act." For
ages 4 and up. 1:30 p.m., Eberbach
Cultural Arts Building (1220 S.
Forest). $3, children $2. Call 994-
2326.
Sports
University Co-ed Gymnastics
Come and see cart-wheels and
headstands when the gymnasts
take on Iowa,. Oklahoma, Kent
State, and Bowling Green - all at
once. Noon, Crisler, Arena. $1. Call
764-0247.

State professor Norma' Goldnan,
who will lecture on the topic of
"Caesarea: Archaeological Digs in
Israel." 4 p.m. in the Michigan
Union Anderson Room D. Call 663-
3336. Free.
Ann Arbor Recreation Department
. The first in a five-hour series of
workshops on "How to Audition"
will be held this evening from 7:30-
9 at the Eberbach Cultural Arts
Building (1220 S. Forest). Learn
the art of auditioning and how to
effectively present yourself. $10
($12 non-resident). Call 994-2326.

Donovan, author of books for
young people, holds the position of
executive director of the
Children's Book Council and is the
R.C.'s Writer-in-Residence during
February. 12:10 p.m., Ann Arbor
Public Library. Bring a bag lunch,
coffee & tea provided. Call 994-
2333. Free.

Bars & Clubs

Bars & Clubs
Arbor Valley Inn - Those Foxy
Frenchmen will dazzle you with
their strip tease.
Del Rio - Let local jazz groups
jazz up your Sunday evening.
Joe's Star Lounge - Misbehave
to the swingin' beat of
Misbehavin'.
Mr. Flood's Party - Steve
Newhouse offers sweet, bluesy,
country solos.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot brings life to
the keyboard with solo piano.
Second Chance - Rapture gets
you goin' with a Sunday night of
rock and funk.
Music,'.
Ark
Tom Paxton and friends tonight.
See Friday's listing.
Ars Musica
Handel's Concerto Grosso per-
forms its first local concert of 1983
today. This Ann Arbor baroque en-
semble features original in-
struments that promise unique
sounds and an entertaining
evening for all. 3 & 8 p.m., St. An-
drew's Episcopal Church (306 N.
Division). Tickets $3-10. Call 662-
3976.
Etc.
Washtenaw County Parks and
Recreation Commission
The WCPARC is sponsoring an
Embury Swamp Hike for today's
nature walk. Passage through this

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig - George Bedard
and Mr. B. blow blues your way in
a sophisticated style.
The Earle - Larry Manderville
plays intimate piano for your in-
timate-evening.
Joe's Star Lounge - R & B
classics with the classics them-
selves, Blue Front Persuaders.
Mr. Flood's Party - An evening
loaded with original piano, guitar,
vocals in a bluesy style with Terry
Tate.
Mountain Jack's - Sidesteppin'
to the beat of Sidesteppin'.
Rick's American Cafe -
Rousing rockabilly with the
Americatz.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - David Mayer enter-
tains with mellow piano.
Second Chance - Destroy your-
self with Destroy All Monsters,
punk in a punk style.
University Club - dance with
your favorite DJ as he blasts out
your favorite top-40 hits.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks takes to the keys
and sings along with jazzy vocals.
Etc.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
Eclipse Jazz presents an Im-
provisation Workshop, led by
David Swain, notorious leader of
the.H-V-I (others may know his as
a saxophonist for the Urbations).
Come one come all from 8-9:30
p.m., Trotter House (1443
Washtenaw). $2.763-5924.
Hillel/Union of Students for Israel/
University Interdepartmental
Program in Classic Art
This compilation of
organizations presents Wayne

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville
soothes your Tuesday with sweet
piano solos.
The Habitat - Those wild Whiz
Kids are whippin' up more rockin'
dance hits.
Joe's Star Lounge - Versatile
modern rock with It Play tonight.
Mr. Flood's Party - Sing along
to the blues of singer/guitarist Neil
Woodward.
Mountain Jack's - Rock 'n roll
to the beat of Side Steppin'.
Rick's American Cafe - This
trio will plant contemporary rock
in your Tuesday - Seeds of
Europe.
Roundhouse, Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Pleasing piano solos
performed by Bart Polot.
University Club - A favorite
night at the club; it's Reggae Dan-
ce Party Night.
West Bank - Learn the ways of
real top-40 hits with Street Life.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Jazzy piano and superb vocals
with Buster Banks.
Etc.
University Geological Sciences
Department
Prof. John Hower of the Univer-
sity of Illinois will lecture this af-
ternoon on "The Metasomatic
Origin and K/Ar Dating of the
Time of the Formation of
Potassium Bertonites in the Mon-
tana Overthrust Belt." This will be
the third lecture in the Geological
Department's winter series and it
will be held at 4 p.m. in Room 4001,
C.C. Little. Free.
The University of Michigan Center
for Chinese Studies
James Tong, doctoral student in
political science, lectures on
"Ming Rebels, Bandits, and the
Seven Blind Men." Noon in the
Commons Room at Lane Hall.
Free.
Margareet Waterman Alumni
Group
In honor of this group's scholar-
ship fund for undergraduate
women at the University, a lecture
on "How to Whistle, Pop, Click,
and Honk Your Way to Success"
will be held. Lecturer and demon-
strator Frederick R. Newman,
author of the ever-famous novel
Mouthsounds, covers the history of
sounds and their effects on a per-
son's position in life. 10:30 a.m.,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. $7.
Call 971-7570.
Ann Arbor Public Library
For their "Booked for Lunch"
series this afternoon the public
library presents John Donovan.

The Earle - Larry Manderville
offers soothing piano once again.
The Habitat - Those wizards of
rock Whiz Kids are back to liven up
your night.
Joe's Star Lounge - The Sun
Messengers are in from Detroit to
perform sweet jazz.
Mr. Flood's 'Party - '60s blues
and rock come your way with the
Lepers.
Mountain Jack's - Sidesteppin'
is at it again with those great rock
hits.
Rick's American Cafe - Let's
Talk About Girls gives you music
to shout about.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Hart Polot once
more presents piano greats.
Second Chance - Top-40 rock
with Mariner at the Chance
tonight.
University Club - Laughtrack
tonight with local and professional
comedians.
West Bank - Walk though won-
derful top-40 hits with Street Life.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's.)
- Jazzy vocals and piano with
Buster Banks.
Music
University Musical Society
Accomplished baritone Hakan
Hagegard will perform at Hill
Auditorium this evening.
Hagegard has been a member of
the Stockholm Royal Opera since
1968 when he made his debut as
Papageno in the "Magic Flute."
Hagegard will perform works by
Mozart, Schubert, Berg, Wolf,
Dupart and Scandinavian com-
posers in poetic sensitivity and ex-
ceptionally beautiful and flexible
tone. 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $6 to
$16. Call 764-7260.I
Theater
Department of Theater & Drama
The University Players will open
Chekhov's Three Sisters, a classic
-and timeless play which recreates
the natural style of life in provin-
cial Russia. Three Sisters, the first
play written for the Moscow Art
Theater company, will be directed
by Mary Kelly on the Power Center
stage tonight through Feb. 13. 8
p.m. Call 764-0450.
Etc.
University of Michigan Center for
Afro-American and African Studies
Jon Onye Lockard lectures and
leads a discussion of "African
Retentions in Surinam and Brazil:
Traditional Cultures, Arts, and
Religious Practices of the Maroon
Societies of South Amerisa." 12

p.m. in Room 246 of Lorch Hall.
Free.
University of Michigan Center for
Russian and East European Studies
Alfred Meyer, professor of'
political science, lectures on "The
Organization and Activities of thej
National Council for Soviet and
East European Research." Noon
in the Commons Room of Lane
lall. Free.
Political Economy of World Peace
Lectures
Part of a continuous offering ofj
weekly lectures by Hans Ehrbar.
Ehrbar is a graduate student in
Marxist studies. He is also aC
teaching assistant in the
Economics Dept., and holds a
Ph.D. in mathematics from the
University of Munich. Tonight the
topic will be "Is Freedom What the
Polish Workers Need?" 7 p.m.,
414 Mason Hall. Call 995-9467.
Free.
School of Metaphysics
Who were you in your last life?
Well, if you'd like to know more
about the study of reincarnation
and metaphysics, be sure to catch
this lecture by School of
Metaphysics director Linda Frost.
It'll be the time of your life. 7:30
p.m., 209 N. Ashley. Call 996-1363.
Free.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
- The Ann Arbor Coucil for
Traditional Music and - dance will
display their Irish spirit when they
welcome Piper Al Purcell from
Detroit. Cresent Music (219/2 N.
Main), 8 p.m. Small donation.
Etc.
University Center for Continuing
Education of Women
Public health careers are
- featured as the career of the month
with panel and discussion with
women about their jobs. 1:30-3:30
p.m., 4th floor Rackham. Call 763-
1353.

more with local talent.
West Bank - Street Life gives
you top-40 hits to keep you dancin'.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks breaks all rules
with jazz piano and vocals.
Music
Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra
Society
Trumpeter Stephen Burns
makes his Ann Arbor debut tonight
at the Michigan League. Among
other works Burns will perform
Bach's second Brandenburg Con-
certo, one of the most technically
demanding works in the reper-
toire. 8 p.m. Call 996-00666.
Theater
Department of Theater and Drama
Chekhov's Three Sisters con-
tinues tonight at the Power Center
at 8 p.m. See Wednesday's listing.
Performance Network-
Performance Network presents
Hem: An Interview tonight,
starring Robert Beaupre. This
one-man show is set in Cuba, shor-
tly before Hemingway's tragic
suicide in July of 1961. Beaupre
has toured extensively with Hem to
enthusiastic audiences throughout
the midwest. This show's stories
and reminiscences present a sen-
sitive, proud, and complex portrait
of one of the 20th century's most
important authors. Tickets are $5
in advance and $6 at the door.
Showtime is 8 p.m. at the Perfor-
mance Network (408 W.
Washington). Call 663-0781
Washtenaw Council for theArts
The Comic Opera Guild presents
their version of Sigmund Romber-
g's romantic farce. The Desert
Song. This marvelous adventure is
often compared to Valentino's The
Sheik. It's about a Frenchman
who disguises himself as the "Red
Shadow" in order to kidnap the
daughter of an army captain, who
is also trying to capture him.
Sound confusing? Your best bet is
to see the performance. Michigan
Theatre. 8 p.m. =4.50 (Thursday &
Saturday matinee), $6 (Friday-
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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout - That comic
musician Bob Sringfield returns to
the stage.
Arbor Valley Inn - Experience
the country-rock of White Gold
tonight.
The Blind Pig - $3 is all it-takes
to get you rollin' with those rockers
the Chevelles.
The Earle - A jazzy Saturday at
the Earle with the Ron Brooks
Trio.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox) -
Steve Larson entertains with con-
temporary piano.
The Habitat - Top-40 greats by

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville
will play your piano favorites for
an enjoyable evening.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox) -
Winifred Kerner will be on hand
with piano classics.
The Earle -Larry Manderville
will play your piano favorites for
an enjoyable evening.
The. Fox's Den (Lord Fox) -
Winifred.Kerner will be on hand
with piano classics.
The Habitat - Whiz Kids are
mixing up wonderful brews of top-
40 tunes.
Joe's Star Lounge - Urbations
let it happen tonight with boppin'
classics and originals.
Mr. Flood's Party - Meantone
tunes into jazz tonight.
Mountain Jack's - Step to the
beat of Sidesteppin' for an evening
of fun.
Rick's American Cafe - From
Detroit . . . Suspects arrive with
soul and rock.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot plays
piano with style.
Second Chance - Mariner gives
you more of that rock at the Chan-
ce.
University Club - Soundstage
offers jazz, folk, and whole lotl

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