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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout - Come enjoy
the comedy and singing of Bob
Springfield.
Arbor Valley Inn - Country &
western top-40 classics by White
Gold.
The Blind Pig - Ray Fuller and
the Bluesrockers blast-off with
powerful blues.
The Earle - Jazz up your
weekend with the swinging sound
of the Ron Brooks Trio.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox) -
Winifred Kerner winds up with
classical piano.
The Habitat - Whiz Kids roll
your way with dancin' and rockin'
tunes.
Joe's Star Lounge - Blue Front
Persuaders will persuade you to
groove with their R & B greats.
Main Street Saloon - Easy
listening music by Rhapsode
tonight.
Mile High Club - Mustard's
Retreat will treat you to an
evening of folk, blues and rock.
Mr. Flood's Party - More
swingin' blues and rock with the
female-fronted trio Beaucoup.
Mountain Jack's - Sidesteppin'
will get your weekend rollin' with
top-40 hits.-
Rick's American Cafe - Ur-
bations whip-up another night of
exciting R & B and rousing
originals.
. Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot is back on
the piano with sweet solos.
Second Chance - Mariner puts a
hard-rockin' twist into your top-40
rock.
Stage Door - Jazz up the night
along with the Robert Reeves
Quartet.
University Club - The Falcons
soar into the club with danceable
blues and rock with a roll.
West Bank - Street Life walks
into the Bank to get you goin' on
their top-40 hits.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks is back brakin' up
the keys with jazzy piano & vocals.
Music
The Ark
American mountain singer Hedy
West travels "500 miles" at her
two shows this weekend. A theatric
banjoist and showperson, West
performs at 9 p.m. both nights.
(1421 Hill). $5. Call 761-1451.
University Choir / Contemporary
Directions Ensemble / Percussion
Ensemble
Music by Lou Harrison, the
leading American educator and
composer who attempts to com-
bine aspects of Eastern and
Western music, will be featured.
Harrison, who uses much per-
cussion and has designed his own
version of the Japanese gamelon,
will speak at 7:30 p.m. to introduce
the 8 p.m. Rackham Auditorium

concert. The Contemporary Direc-
tions ensemble, under Carl St.
Clair, will perform Koro Sutro for
Western chorus and American
gamelan by Harrison, who is
visiting the University this week.
Call 763-4726. Free.
Theater
Comic Opera Guild
The Michigan Theatre perfor-
mance of The Desert Song, the 1926
Sigmund Romberg romantic
comedy; begins at 8 p.m. $6. Call
668-8480.
Etc.
University Exhibit Museum and
Department of Aerospace Engin-
eering
All are invited to attend the 120th
AstroFest program. The program
features an interview with Pluto
Discoverer Clyde Tombaugh and
includes films of the Space Shut-
tle's first four missions. Program
begins at 7:30 p.m. in Auditorium
3, Modern Languages Building.
University Lowbrow Astronomers
Anyone interested in amateur
astronomy must come to the mon-
thly meeting of the Lowbrow
Astronomers. The featured event
is two slide presentations concer-
ning current issues in Astronomy.
All space types welcome. Begins at
7:30 in Room 5006 Angell Hall.
Free.
Amateur astronomers will be in-
terested in Gary Ross' talk "Whole
Sky Photography" and Gerald
Persha's discussion of "Photoelec-
tric Photometry for the Masses"
tonight at Angell Hall. Call 764-
3446. Free.
University Inter-Cooperative
Council
I.C.C. presents "I.C.sCene," a
celebration of their 50 years as a
student co-op. This afternoon's
open house and happy hour at 4
p.m. marks the opening of this
three-day weekend affair with din-
ner at 5:30 p.m. and a dance party
at 9 p.m. North Campus Co-ops
(1500 Gilbert Court, off Baits from
broadway). Call662-4414. Free.
AstroFest Program 120
Spend an evening with your head
in the stars as you explore "Space
History." The program will
feature two films, one dealing with
the work of Robert Goddard, and
the other spanning the history of
rocketry, deals with the Space
Shuttle Columbia. Get spaced out
at the MLB Friday night at 7:30 in
Auditorium 3. Call 994-3966. Free.
Sports
University Wrestling
The Wolverine Grapplers take on
Iowa State at Crisler Arena. 7:30
p.m. $1. Call 764-0247.
University Women's Swimming
and Diving
EMU swims into Matt Mann
Pool for a dual meet with the
Michigan Mermaids. 7:30. $1. Call
763-2159.

Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout - Sing along to
the laughing comedy and music of
Bob Springfield.
Arbor Valley Inn - White Gold
will fill your night with rich top-40
country & western tunes.
The Blind Pig - Ray Fuller and
the Bluesrockers wrap up the
weekend with swingin'rblues.
The Earle - The Ron Brooks
Trio jazzes up the Earle tonight.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox) -
Piano in a jazzy style with Steve
Larson.
The Habitat - Whiz Kids are
crankin' out more danceable rock
tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge - The Blue
Front Persuaders kick off another
evening of R & B tunes.
Main Street Saloon - Rhapsody
swings with easy listening rock.
Mr. Flood's Party - Beaucoup
brings back more dancin' rock and
blues.
Mountain Jack's - Sidesteppin'
bursts back on the scene with top-
40 greats.
Rick's American Cafe - Ur-
bations do more horn blowin' and
boogie-in' tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot offers more
sophisticated piano solos tonight.
Second Chance - Mariner blast-
out hard rockin' top-40 tunes.
Stage Door - The Robert
Reeves Quartet will dazzle you
with jazzy tunes.
West Bank - Six guys get
together to jam top-40 pop hits.
Their name? Street Life.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks swings with cool
jazz on piano and vocals.
Music
The Ark
Hedy West sings again. See
Friday listing. 9 p.m.
Yoga Center of Ann Arbor
Nada, a four-member musical
group featuring a variety of diver-
se instruments, will perform at the
Yoga Center tonight at 8. Come for
an evening of joyful new music.
Admission price is $3. (205 E.
Ann).
Canterbury Loft
A two-hour program of North In-
dian Classic Music will be presen-
ted by a number of local musicians
including Thomas Hunter on the
sarod and Rajin Sachdeva, sitar.
The cost is $3 at the Loft (332 S.
State) for the 8 p.m. showing. Call
665-0606.
University Choir / Contemporary
Directions Ensemble / Percussion
Ensemble.
Music by Lou Harrison. See
Friday listing. 7:30 p.m. lecture, 8
p.m. concert.

Theater
Comic Opera Guild
Sigmund Romberg's The Desert
Song at 2 and 8 p.m. $6. See Friday
listing.
Etc.
University Artists and Craftsmen
Guild
New and prospective members
of the guild are invited to the an-
nual membership meeting that is
preceded by an information
session that is open to all artists
and craftsmen. 1-2 p.m. in the
Michigan Union Kuenzel Room.
Call 763-4430. Free.
University Exhibit Museum
Planetarium
See "Orion and Company," an
audio-visual event that presents
the planets and constellations of
Ann Arbor's winter night sky. 10:30
and 11:30 a.m. 2, 3, and 4 p.m. at
the Exhibit Museum (Geddes at N.
University). $1. Call 764-0478.
Sports
Washtenaw Ski Touring Club
Cross country skiers of all skill
levels are invited to join in this
"Saturday Morning Ski" (or hike,
if there's no snow). A warm-up
stop will follow the ski. Car pool
leaves AAA parking lot (1200 S.
Main) at 9 a.m. Free. Call 662-
SKIS.
University Women's Indoor Track
The women tracksters host the
Wolverine Open, at the Track and
Tennis building. 11 a.m. $1. Call
763-2159.
University Men's Indoor Track
The men take on their cross-
state rivals from MSU at the Track
and Tennis building. Time to be
announced. $1. Call 764-0247.
University Co-Ed Gymnastics
The gymnasts also face the MSU
Spartans. Crisler Arena at noon.
$1. Call 764-0247.
University Men's Swimming and
Diving
The tankers splash off against
the Ohio State Buckeyes. 3 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool. $1. Call 764-0247.
University Wrestling
The grapplers have a busy day,
as they try to take down Central
Michigan, Ohio University, and
Eastern Michigan. The meet is at
Crisler Arena, and begins at 4 p.m.
$1. Call 764-0247.

Rick's American Cafe - Stolen
Legacy (reggae) and Ragnar
Kvaran (rock) come to Rick's in
honor of the Latin American
Solidarity Benefit.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot plays cool
piano.
Second Chance - Mariner whips
out top-40 rock tonight.
Music
University Musical Society
America's senior string quartet
will perform this afternoon in
Rackham Auditorium. They will
play works of Brahms and
Beethoven. Tickets are $6-9 at
Burton Tower or at the door. Call
665-3717. Recommended.
Motor City Organ Society
Henry Alridge performs on the
Michigan Theater's Big Barton
Theater Organ this morning at 10.
Call 663-1829. Free.
Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor
The Ann Arbor Brass Quintet
will play selections from their vast
and varied repertoire tonight as a
benefit for the Hebrew Day School.
7:30 p.m. at Beth Israel
Congregation (2000 Washtenaw).
For reservations call 668-6770 M-F
9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Yoga Center of Ann Arbor
Nada presents a special concert
at 11 a.m. The music for this event
was written to inspire the par-
ticipants to experience the inner
fountain of joy. See Saturday
listing.
Theater
The Ark
The Wild Swan Theater presents
an afternoon of children's theater.
The Owl's Winter, the story of a
loveable owl, begins at 2:30 (1421
Hill). $4, children $2. Call 761-1451.
Sports
Sierra Club
Today, the club sponsors a hike
of the Bishop Lake are; 4 or 5
miles at a moderate pace. Meet at
the Ann Arbor City Hall parking lot
at 1 p.m. Free, except for gas
money. Call 668-7688.
University Women's Basketball
The lady dribblers take on
Michigan State at Crisler Arena. 2
p.m. $1. Call 763-2159.

Joe's Star Lounge - Blue Front Per-
suaders are back at Joe's with R & B
hits and originals.
Mr. Flood's Party - George Bedard
and Mr. B. are together again with
rockabilly & country.
Mountain Jack's - Radioactive will
radiate top-40hits your way.
Rick's American Cafe - I-tal, in their
only Ann Arbor appearance 'til April,
bring classic reggae your way.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dancer)
- David Mayer sweeps across the keys
with wonderful piano solos.
Second Chance - Masquerade isn't
hiding their top-40 expertise.
University Club - Dance your heart
out at tonight's Dance Party.
music
University Orchestra
The winners of the School of Music
concerto competition perform this
evening at 8 for this Hill Auditorium
concert. Call 763-4726. Free.
Theater
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
For Performance Network's Works
in Progress Series, tonight they present
Davi Napoleon's A Matter of Wife and
Death. This is a comedy about a
woman's misconceptions about a
salesman's insistent desire to sell her
some insurance (she mistakenly
believes that he has a keen attraction to
her). A discussion with the authors,
directors and actors will follow the
show. 7 p.m., Performance Network
(408 W. Washington). $2. Call 663-0681.
Etc
Ann Arbor Cage Bird Club
Live birds on display and a presen-
tation entitled "How To Maintain and
Keep Exotic Birds." 7:30 p.m. at the
Burns Park Senior Citizens Center
(1307 Baldwin). Call 769-0245. Free.
Michigan Union
The Union presents the Marson Ltd.
Art Exhibition and Sale, one of three
yearly exhibits of Oriental art which
comes to Ann Arbor from Baltimore
and has established for itself a large
local following. The exhibit includes
pieces from China, Japan; India, Nepal,
Thailand, and Tibet. Prices range from
$2 to $200, with an average price of $10-
12. The proceeds earned by the Union
will benefit the social and cultural
programming in the Union. 10 a.m.-8
p.m., Michigan Union. Call 763-5900.
Free.

University Club - Reggae Dance
Party tonight with the ever-popular
Tom Simonian, a local favorite.
West Bank - Mystique will mystify
you with top-40 rockers.
Music
The Ark
Soprano Gloria Gassi, flutist Fiona
Wilkinson, and guitarist Ray Sealy
make up Trio Lyra, part of the Kithara
Classical Guitar Series. Show begins at
8 p.m. (1421 Hill) $5. Call 761-1451.
Theater
PTP Special Attraction
John Houseman's Acting Company, a
touring company which trains young
actors (and, incidentally,have some
pretty famous graduates) performs
Shakespeare's "Pericles." This is an
obscure play, in which Shakespeare
developed deas that he later perfected
in "The Tempest." This will be the only
performance. 8 p.m. at the Power Cen-
ter. Tickets are $5 and $8, and are
available at the Michigan League Box
Office and at the door. Call 764-0450.
Etc
Geological Sciences Department
Dr. Andrew Knoll of Harvard Univer-
sity's Paleobotanical Laboratories will
speak about "Precambrian Plankton"
at 4 p.m. You can't miss this free lec-
ture on the hot topic of plankton. Room
4001, C.C. Little Building.
Red Cross
Bloodmobile clinic open for donations
in the Michigan League. 1-7 p.m. Call
971-5300.
University of Michigan Students for
Israel
Israeli Embassy media adviser
Machman Shaye discusses the security
problems of Israel. 7:30 p.m. at Hillel
(1429 Hill). Call 663-3336. Free.
Ann Arbor League of Women Voters
The general meeting features a slide
show on problems in America's food
supply. 7:30 p.m. Zion Lutheran church
(1501 W. Liberty). Call 973-9294 or 665-
5808. Free.
Ann Arbor Camera Club
"Gadget Night" gives anyone in-
terested tips and advice on getting the
most out of photographic equipment.
7:30 p.m. Forsythe High School (1655
Newport). Call 971-6478. Free.

Theater
Michigan Ensemble Theatre
The company presents Harold Pin-
ter's Old Times, a comedy about three
old buddies who meet to reminisce
and discover that they don't all agree
on the content of the memories. The
performance will be at 8 p.m. in the
Frieze Building's New Trueblood
Arena. Tickets are $8 and $10, and are
available at the PTP Box Office in the
Michigan League, or at the door, if
available. Call 764-0450 or 764-5387.
Etc
Center for Russian and East European
Studies
Michael MacQueen, master of arts
degree student, will lecture on "The
Polish Cooperative Movement and the
P.P.S." during this informal brown bag
luncheon-lecture at noon in the Com-
mon Room of Lane Hall. If you are not
busy for lunch, this is a good oppor-
tunity to absorb knowledge as well as
nutrients.
Red Cross
Bloodmobile, see Tuesday.

Ragnar Kvaran: Rick's Sunday

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Piano in a sophisticated
style tonight with Larry Manderville.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox) -
Classical piano performed by Winifred
Kerner.
The Habitat - Whiz Kids are whip-
pin' up more rock for your dancing
pleasure.
Joe's Star Lounge - Non-Fiction
presents some originals and classic
new wave goodies.
Mr. Flood's Party - Buzz over to see
the Falcons as they blast out dancin'
early rock & blues.
Mountain Jack's - Radioactive
keeps up Jack's tradition of wonderful
top-40.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dancer)
- Bart Polot on piano at Gandy's this
evening.
Second Chance - Rock to the top-40
hits of Mugsy.
University Club - Jazz and folk with
local talent to entertain you all night.

West Bank - Mystique will keep you
on your feet with top-40 hot hits.
Music
University Chamber Choir
Thomas Hilbish will conduct a
program including the works of Bach,
Mozart, Handel, and various other
classical artists. 8 p.m., Hill
Auditorium. Call 763-4726. Free.
Theater
Young People's Theatre
As a part of the "Festival of Youth
Theatre," four members of Unga
Klara, the prestigious Swedish
children's theatre troupe, presents a
series of workshops and lectures, at 6
p.m. in East Quad's room 126. $5
donation. Call996-3888.
YPT Professional Theatre Company
also presents a preview of their produc-
tion of "Best-Laid Plans." This will be
followed by a discussion on children's
theatre by members of YPT, Ann Ar-
bor's Common Ground Theatre, and
Unga Klara. 8 p.m. at the Performance
Network (408 W. Washington). $4 ($3
for students). Call 996-3888.
PTP Michigan Ensemble Theatre
Old Times, see Wednesday. 8 p.m.
Thurston Community Players
The 9th annual show by the players
should be a good one; it's a musical far-
ce written by a Thurston Elementary

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Bars & Clubs
Del Rio - Jazzy Sunday evening
at Del Rio with local jazz
musicians.
Joe's Star Lounge - The Slang
and Fine Lines come into Joe's for
a wild University Crew benefit.
Mr. Flood's Party - Pete
Falkenstein plays piano in a blues
style.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville plays
sweet piano tonight.
The Habitat - Whiz Kids bring more
top-40 your way.
Joe's Star Lounge - You'll notice the
good times if you experience the funky
rock of Public Notice.
Mr. Flood's Party - Beam Brothers
do Hank Williams classics tonight.
Mountain Jack's - Radioactive sen-
ds radiowaves of top-40 hits out to all
you dancin' fiends.
Rick's American Cafe - The Slang
pounds out '60s rock & roll along with
spicy originals.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dancer)
- Bart Polot returns with piano solos.
Second Chance - Top-40 rock with
Mugsy at the Chance tonight.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville en-
tertains the Earle dining & drinking
crowd with pleasing piano.
The Habitat - Contemporary dance
tunes featured by Whiz Kids,
Joe's Star Lounge - Steve Nardella
presents Ann Arbor's favorite rock
tonight.
Mr. Flood's Party - Steve Newhouse
Band gives you classic country all
night.
Mountain Jack's - Let Radioactive
keep you dancin' with top-40 hits.
Rick's American Cafe - The Core
gives you reggae, Pittsburgh style. See
Music.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dancer)
- Bart Polot plays pleasant piano
solos.
Second Chance - Mugsy rocks your
Wednesday with top-40 rock & roll.
University Club - Laugh Track offers
comedy to keep you rollin' in the aisles.
West Bank - Mystique plays top-40
dance hits to get you goin'.

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Red comes to the cafe with none
other than boogie woogie blues on
piano and vocals.
The Earle - Larry Manderville
returns to the Earle with cool
piano.

Blue Front Persuaders: Joe's Saturday

8 Weekend/February 11, 1983

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