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Bars & Clubs .
Annie's Dugout - Bob
Springfield is back for another
evening of song & laughs.
Arbor Valley Inn - Diamondback,
fronted by the Mills Sisters, per-
form versatile country.
The Blind Pig - Blues all night
with Sunnyland Slim.
The Earle - Ron Brooks and
friends jazz up the Earle tonight.
The Habitat - Roll to the rock of
Whiz Kids.
Mr. Flood's Party - The Bon-
nevilles get you goin' at Flood's
with rockabilly and country.
Mountain Jack's - Get your top-
40 support from Lifeline tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Pianist Bart Polot will
dazzle you with piano solos.
Second Chance - Teen Angels
are rockin' & rollin' at the Chance.
University Club - Rollin'
rockabilly in a classy style with the
Americatz tonight.
West Bank - Top-40 dance
greats with Rapture all night.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks busts out with jaz-
zy piano & vocals.
Music
Unlimited Entertainment
Tonight, live - folk singer/
songwriter John Prine. Don't miss
this once in a lifetime chance to
experience a man who is one of the
best in his field. Fast and Massad
open the concert at 8 p.m. in the
Michigan Theater. Tickets are
$8.50-9.50. Call 668-8396 or (616) 381-
4970.
University Musical Society
The Belgian Chamber Or-
chestra, featuring solos by violinist
Miha Pogacnik, will perform
tonight for the Musical Society's
Chamber Arts Series. This or-
chestra carries the reputation of
one of the most highly praised
string ensembles in Europe. 8:30
p.m. at Rackham Auditorium. Call
665-3717 or 764-2538.
Brass Ring Productions
Popular follow-the-trends pop
artists Hall and Oates pop into
Detroit's Joe Louis Arena at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $1150-1250. Call 567-
6000.-
Theater
University Professional Theatre
Program
As a .part of their "Best of
Broadway" series, PTP's National
Touring Company presents The
1940s Radio Hour, a musical which
recreates a live 1940s radio broad-
cast. The show features comedy
skits, dance numbers, great old
tunes like "Chattanooga Choo
Choo" and "Blue Moon," and even
commercials for Chiquita Bananas
and Eskimo Pies. The show beings
at 8 p.m. For ticket information, go

to the PTP ticket office in the
Michigan League, or call 764-0450.
Etc
Ecology Center
Ann Arbor will breath easily
today at the Ecology Center's noon
luncheon on the "Clean Air
Issues." Ann Arbor's very own
contingent to the recent National
Clean Air Strategy Conference
which was held in Washington,
D.C. will be on-hand to report.
Bring a bag lunch. Noon at the
Ecology Center (417 Detroit). Call
761-3186. Free.
School of Natural Resources
For their 1983 Laird/Norton
Distinguished Visitor Series the
School of Natural Resources
presents none other than the
distinguished Jerry Benson. Ben-
son, a University business ad-
ministration student and forester
discusses "How Do the Major
Forest Companies Compare?" 3-5
p.m. at 1040 Dana Building (403 E.
University). 763-3465. Free.
Guild House
Ann Arbor activist attorney and
feminist organizer Jean King
speaks today on how women grown
and change at the Guild House (802
Monroe). Lunch available for $1.
Call 662-5189. Free.
Anthropology Department
Martin G. Silverman, head of the
University of British Columbia's
Department of sociology and an-
thropology, lectures today on
"Culture and Ideology: A
nostalgic view." 4 p.m. at Angell
Hall (2003). Free.
Museum of Art
Dr. Vladimir Goss, Director of
the Ridgeway Arts Center in
Chapel Hill, N.C. will speak on "A
Visit to an Armenian Treasury"
today at 7 p.m. in Angell Hall's
Aud. A, followed by a reception at
the Museum of Art. Free.

more wonderful piano.
Second Chance - Come dance to
the heavenly rock & roll of Teen
Angels.
West Bank - Let Rapture enrap-
ture you with top-40 hits. -
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks belts out, you can
bank on it.
Theater
Professional Theatre Program
The Broadway musical The 1940s
Radio Hour. 8 p.m. See Friday
listing.
Etc
University Exhibit Museum
Planetarium
All interested space cadets are
invited to today's audiovisual
presentation entitled "The
Loneliness Factor." This presen-
tation will confront such issues as
whether or not there is extra-
terrestrial life, if so what forms it
would take, and how would we ear-
thlings develop were we to spend
some time living elsewhere in the
solar system. 10:30 & 11:30 a.m. at
the University Exhibit Museum
(Geddes at N. University). $1. Call
764-0478.
Ann Arbor Symphony Volunteam
Come join in the fun at today's
Posting Party. Participants will
be paired into teams and are let
loose on Ann Arbor with a batch of
posters to be posted advertising
this year's Spring Geranium Sale.
A bash will follow, of course. 2:30
p.m., meet at Arborview. Call 971-
4822, 973-6447. Free.
University Latin American
Culture Project
Gabino Palomares, leading

singer and composer of "new
Mexican song' performs tonight
for Pena at the Half-Way Inn. 8:00
p.m. at East Quad's very own hot
spot. $4, but if you're lucky enough
to be a student, $3. Call 764-8558.

Etc
Ann Arbor Jewish Cultural School
Aviva Mutchnik Kleinbaum of
Aviva at Kerrytown speaks today
on the topic of "Israel's Sephardic
Jews." Kleinbaum is an executive
member of the World Organization
of Jews from Arab Countries.
Surely an interesting afternoon
with refreshments by Aviva. 10
a.m. at Hillel (1429 Hill). Call 662-
3441. Free.
Ann Arbor Unitarian Fellowship
"Pantehism and the Cosmic
Consciousness" is discussed by
Ann Arbor's very own Howard
LePoirs. Everyone welcome. 10
a.m., Burns Park Community Cen-
ter (1320 Baldwin). Call 971-8638.
Free.

Bars & Clubs
Del Rio - Local groups unite to
perform jazzy ensembles.
Mr. Flood's Party - Old folk and
blues for your Sunday evening with
Neil Woodward.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - If piano's your game,
Bart Polot's the name.
Second Chance - Last chance to
dance with Teen Angels.
Music
University Musical Society
Herbert Blomstedt will conduct
the world's oldest orchestra
tonight - Dresden Staatskapelle.
This orchestra began in 1548 and is
best known for its association with
Richard Strauss and Richard
Wagner. This is only the second
American tour that this orchestra
has performed and is an event not
to be missed. Hill Auditorium, 8:30
p.m. Call 665-3717 or 764-2538.
Theater
Professional Theater Program
The final performance of The
1940s Radio Hour, at 2 p.m. See
Friday listing.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Sweet solos are
presented by Larry Manderville
tonight.
Mr. Flood's Party - Steve & Al
will blues you all night at Flood's.
Mountain Jack's - Lifeline
kicks off another week of top-40
tunes.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - David Mayer plays
mellow piano solos all evening.
Second Chance - Sweet Crystal
pounds out tunes to get your Mon-
day rollin'.
Music

Workshop presents David Swain,
leader of the 11-V-1 Orchestra and
one of the famous saxophonists for
the Urbations. 8-9:30 p.m. at Trot-
ter House (1443 Washtenaw). $2.
Call 763-5924.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
For their Academy of Early
Music Concert Series the Council
puts on a program of 17th century
music by Concerto Castello. The
ensemble consists of both
European and American
musicians and tonight's perfor-
mance will be one of their yearly
appearances. 8 p.m. at the
Michigan Union Pendleton Room.
$5, $3 for students and seniors. Call
996-1316.
Theater
Department of Theater and Drama
Elizabeth Sprigge's translation
of August Strindberg's The Father
will be presented by the University
Players tonight in the New
Trueblood Arena at 8 p.m. The
Father is a tragic love story that
criticizes Strindberg's Swedish
society for being structured to
create hate instead of love. Tickets
available at the PTP office in the
Michigan League for $3.50. Call
764-0450.
Etc
Guild House Poetry Series
Will and Chuck Cares read
original poetry at the Guild House
(802 Monroe) tonight at 8. Free.
Women's Research Club
Today's program meeting at the
West Conference room of the
Rackham Building begins at 7:45
p.m. Free.
Department of Chemistry
The department's own John
D'Errico speaks on "Synthetic
routes to dimetallocycloalkanes
today at 4 p.m. in the Chem
building's room 1200. Call 764-7315.
Free.
Michigan Union
All you movie nostalgia lovers
prepare... the Union is sponsoring
an Exhibition and Sale of Original
Movie Posters. The exhibit will in-
clude original movie publicity
posters, some older than 40 years,
featuring your favorites: Bogart,
Astaire, Rogers and more. 9 a.m.-5
p.m. at the Union. Call 763-5900.
Free.
Performance Network
A staged reading of Alan Shaw's
"Ghost Dancers", a musical
drama about the death of Sitting
Bull and the Christain/ ndian
ritual religion that wiped-out In-
dian tribes in the 1890's, shows
tonight at 7, Performance Network
(408 W. Washington). $2. Call 663-
0681.

Second Chance - Jerod rolls into
the Chance to rock you all night.
West Bank - Mystique will
mystify you with their incredible
top-40 hits.
Music
University Musical Society
Tonight's Choice Series is proud
to present the Ballet Folclorico
Nacional De Mexico. This perfor-
mance will be a colorul display of
not only exotic and dramatic dan-
ces, but multi-colored costumes,
marimbas, mariaches, guitars,
violins and even jarocho singers. 8
p.m. at the Power Center. Call 665-
3717 or 764-2538.
Theater
Department of Theater and Drama
August Stridberg's The Father in
the New Trueblood Arena at 8 p.m.
$3.50 See Monday listing.
Etc
Department of Chemistry
Today's colloquim will present
Dr. Michael Doyle from the Depar-
tment of Chemistry at Hope
College. Dr. Doyle will lecture on
"Those Ubiquitous Nitrogen
Oxides and their Effects on
Hemoproteins." You wouldn't
want to miss this stimulating lec-
ture to be held in Room 1300
Chemistry Building, at 4 p.m.
Free.
Michigan Union
The movie poster sale and
exhibit continues. See Monday's
listing.
Ann Arbor Public Library
Local social psychologist
Lawrence Kersten and local child
therapist Karen Kayser Kersten
come to the library to discuss
"Your Personality and the Ability
to love." These co-authors of the
book The Love Exchange will offer
some insightful information about
your own character. Broadcast
live on cable 8. 12:10 p.m., Ann Ar-
bor Public Library. Bring a bag
lunch, coffee provided. Call 971-
2342. Free.
Women's International League for
Peace and Freedom
This afternoon there will be a
panel discussion on "A Feminist
Look at Militarism." Various
notable figures will be featured in
this discussion that is being held as
a celebration for the International
Woman's Day. The Friend's
Meeting House (1420 Hill).

Sunnyland Slim: The Blind Pig, Friday-Saturday

Eclipse Jazz
Tonight's

improvisation

West Bank - Hot hits in a top-40
style with Mystique..
Theater
Department of Theater and Drama
The University' Players present
August Strindberg's The Father at
8 p.m. in the New Trueblood
Arena. Tickets $3.50. See Monday
listing.
Etc
Department of Communications
The Communications Depar-
tments is sponsoring a series of
brown bag seminars and today's
will feature Henry Geller, Director
of the Washington Research
Center for Public Policy Research
in Washington, D.C. Mr. Geller will
lecture on "Cable Policies in the
Future." All aspiring public
relations and communications
majors will surely benefit from
this lecture. 12 p.m. in Room 2050
Frieze Building. Contact Janet
Meyer at 764-0420. Free.
University Activities Center
Tonight, as well as all week,
UAC holds a massive celebration
in honor of Michigras. Tonight is
"Pro baranight" featuring special
prices at all popular bars, in-
cluding your favorites-Rick's, the
Count & Charlie's, U-Club (where
they will serve a secret Michigras
drink), Dooleys and Second Chan-
ce. Beer chugging contests will be
held at all aforementioned bars
and a few will even have pizza
eating and relay contests. Loads of
eating and drunken fun!
Town Hall Celebrity Lecture
Series
Archaeologist Iris Love lectures
on the exciting topic of "Thrills
and Chills-Among the Ruins" today
at 10 a.m. Love has recently been
excavating in Greece and Turkey
while her most important
discovery was the lost temple of
Aphrodite in 1969. Proceeds benefit
the Margaret Waterman Alumnae
Group's scholarships for Univer-
sity undergraduate women. Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater. $7. Call 665-
7570.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
The Council presents a
Photography Seminar tonight
from 7-10 p.m. that will include an
introduction to the camera, the

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville
returns this evening with piano
solos.
Mr. Flood's Party - Catch the
rockin' R&B of the Lepers tonight.
Mountain Jack's - Everyone
loves to dance so come & join
Lifeline with top-40 hits:
Roundhouse Salon (Gandy Dan-
cer) - Once again Bart Polot will
mezmorize you with his piano
solos.
Second Chance - Bop your night
away with non other than Dr. Bop
and the Headliners.
West Bank - Mystique will
mystify you with top-40 greats.
Music
University Club
The Battle of the Bands rages
tonight at the U Club as student en-
sembles compete for a booking at
Second Chance. The final com-
petition occurs on Saturday, Mar-
ch 12. Cheer on your favorites! 7:30
p.m. Call 763-1107.
Theater
Performance Network
John L. Beem's award-winning
drama Mother 'Lode will be
featured tonight at 8. The play in-
volves two 1940's news reporters
who entangle themselves in more
than they can handle when they go
to Calumet, Michigan to cover a
story about the "Italian Hall"
tragedy (when 74 people were
crushed to death in a stairwell as
they attempted to escape from a
supposed burning building.) Per-
formance Network (408 W.
Washington). $5. Call 663-0681.
Department of Theater and Drama
Strindberg's The Father in the
New Trueblood Arena at 8 p.m. See
Monday listing.

studio, and darkroom. Members of
the Artsworld photography staff
will be on hand to demonstrate.Ar-
tsworld, (2131/2 S. Main). Call 994-
8400.
Michigan Union
The movie poster sale and
exhibit ends today. See Monday's
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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout -- Bob
Springfield is back with jokes and
music to liven up your Saturday.
Arbor Valley Inn - The Mills
Sisters sing along with Diamon-
dback for"an evening of country.
The Blind Pig - Sunnyland Slim
offers swingin' blues at the cafe.
The Earle - Jazzy numbers by
the Ron Brooks Trio this evening.
The Habitat - Whiz Kids are
whippin' up versatile rock and
dance tunes.
Mr. Flood's Party - More coun-
try and rockabilly by the Bon-
nevilles.
Mountain Jack's - Lifeline
pounds out great top-40 hits for
your dancin' pleasure.'
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot bangs out

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville
dazzles your dining with
sophisticated piano solos.
Mr. Flood's Party - Here's to
the old folk and Irish music taste in
you - Doc Ross.
Mountain Jack's - Hot hits for
Tuesday's blues with Lifeline.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy dan-
cer) - Piano in a classy style with
Bart Polot.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville
spices up your evening with sweet
piano solos.
Mr.Flood's Party - Bounce to
the beat of the Bonneville's coun-
try & rockabilly.
Mounta ineJack's.- Lifeline
whips-out top-40 hits.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot plays
sophisticated styles of piano.
Second Chance - Astralight
shines with tunes from J. Geils to
the Clash.

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