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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout - Bob
Springfield offers laughs and songs
tonight.
Arbor Valley Inn - The Mills
Sisters and Diamondback wail
with country rock.
The Blind Pig - Bluesy piano
classics by Blind John Davis for
the cafe crowd.
The Earle- Jazz up your
evening with the Ron Brooks Trio
at the Earle.
The Habitat - Whiz Kids blast-
out contemporary rock & dance
tunes.
Joe's Star Lounge -SLK slides
into Joe's with ska tunes to keep
you dancin'.
Main Street Saloon -
Guitarist/vocalist Dwight Carroll
performs pop and folk hits.
Mile High Club - Pat Mallon,
female folksinger and guitarist,
entertains this evening.
Mr. Flood's Party - Chicago
Pete and the Detroiters play R&B
with a soul twist.
Mountain Jack's - Lifeline will
thrill you with jazzy top-40 num-
bers.
Rabbi Guido's - Ste've
Stuhlbarg gives your evening an
extra boost with classical & pop
guitar tunes.
Rick's American Cafe - Falcons
have flown back into town with
dancin' rock & blues.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot plays solo
piano.
Second Chance - Dr. Bop and
the Headliners headline a show of
60's classics and dance hits.
Stage Door - Stuart Mitchell
will have you both singin' and
laughin' all night.
University Club - Michigras
Battle of the Bands tonight at 7:30.
West Bank - Mystique mixes up
wonderful top-40 hot hits.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks belts out .more
jazzy piano and vocals.
Music
Eclipse Jazz
Calling all persons with even a
passing interest in fine music. The
acclaimed Wynton Marsalis Quar-
tet performs hot jazz at the Power
Center tonight at 8 p.m. Marsalis is
one of the finest young jazz trum-
pet players to come along in a long
while. Good seats still available at
$8.50. Recommended. Call 763-
5924.
The Ark
The Red Clay Ramblers bring
oldtime folk songs and rousing
comedy your way tonight. Call 761-
1451
University Wind Ensemble
University symphony Band and
Wind Ensemble performs under
the direction of delightful conduc-
tor, H.Robert Reynolds. 8 p.m. Hill
Auditorium. Call763-4726. Free.

Theatre
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
Tonight is the second perfor-
mance of Lunch Hour Jean Kerr's
comedy which starred Gilda Rad-
ner on Broadway. Director Charles
Sutherland presents this story
about the thoughtful exploration-
ships of two contemporary
marriages which make this play
an enjoyable chuckling evening.
Starring Rich Roselle, Nada
Radakovitch, and Laurie Atwook.
8 p.m. (338 S. Main). Call 662-7282.
Free.
Performance Network
Tonight John L. Beem's award-
winning drama The Mother Lode
about two 1940's news reporters
who go to Calumet, Michigan to
research the 1913 "Italian Hall"
tragedy, when 74 people were
crushed to death trying to exit a
building that they only thought was
on fire. Their investigation is not a
pleasant one. 8 p.m. Performance
Network (408 W. Washington). $5.
Call 663-0681.
Professional Theater Program
Showcase Series presents the
MFA Acting students in Strin-
dberg's intense psychological
drama, The Father, the story of a
husband and wife's struggle to find
truth and honesty in what they
thought were honest relationships.
Directed by Hungarian director,
Radu Penciulescu. 8 p.m.
Trueblood Arena, Frieze Bldg. For
information call 764-0450.
Dance
Canterbury Loft
The Loft presents Solo Alliance,
a concert of dance and other in-
triguing media. 8 p.m. Canterbury
Loft (332 S. State).
Etc
University Activities Center
Join in the President Shapiro
Roast tonight at 8:30 in the Pen-
delton Room of the Union. Come
watch people tell the president how
things really are at this faculty
benefit for the University Student
Financial Aid. Free.
Department of Anthropology
The North American Chapter of
the Gypsy Lore Society will hold its
annual meeting for three days this
week starting tonight with a film
and video presentation of a
California Gypsy community. 7:30
p.m. in Lecture Room 2 of MLB.
Preregistration is preferred for
this three-day program - $15.00.
Call 662-3460 or 764-7153.
University Museum of Art
Dr. Avedis K. Sanjian of UCLA
lectures on "Armenian Manuscrip-
ts with Silver Plaques" for the
Museum's series of lectures on
their Armenian Treasure exhibit. 7
p.m. at Angell Hall, Auditorium A.
School of Natural Resources
For their public lectures series
the School of Natural Resources is
proud to present Gene Bergoffen
tonight. Bergoffen, vice president
of the National Forest Products
Association in Washington, D.C.
will lecture on "Meeting the.

Nation's Demand for Timber."
Call.764-7260. Free. -
Certificate in Transportation
Studies
Dr. Robert Dial lectures on
"Transportation Network Plan-
ning: Simultaneous Mode Choice
and Route Assignment." All people
interested in transportation
development will surely benefit
from this lecture to be held at 2
p.m., 1st floor conference room,
Transportation Research Institute
(North Campus).
University English Department
Lectures continue to discuss
George Orwell's novel 1984; for-
mer U.S. Senator Eugene McCar-
thy and State Senator Lana
Pollack participate in the con-
tinuance of the three-day con-
ference on the book's contem-
porary relevance. 9:30a.m.-5p.m.
Free.
University Lowbrow Astronomers
University Lowbrow
Astronomers present "Solar
Prominences: Who's to Blame?
Don Luttermoser, of Wayne State
physics graduate program
discusses phenomena that look like
frames leaping from the surface of
the sun. 7:30 p.m. 50006 Angell
Hall. Call 764-3446. Free.
University Folk Dance Club
Balkan and French Canadian
Folk Dance Workshops Camille
Brochu, a native French Canadian,
tonight, begins Bulgarian and
Macedonian and French Canadian
set dancing (similar to contra and
square dancing) as part of this
three-day series of workshops. 8-10
p.m. (instruction 10 p.m.-midnight
(request dancing). 2nd floor dance
studio Town Center Plaza 210-216
S. Fourth Ave. Call 971-5194, 665-
9427 to register. 12.50 (13$ for en-
tire weekend; $3 for each Sat.-Sun.
session)

Rabbie Guido's - Come enjoy
more pop and classical guitar with
Steve Stuhlbarg tonight.
Rick's American Cafe - Fly away
to the rockabilly tunes of the
Flying Tigers.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dan-
cer) - Bart Polot plays
sophisticated piano solos.
Second Chance - Dr. Bop and the
Headliners wrap up the weekend at
the Chance.
Stage Door - Singer/comedian
Stuart Mitchell will keep you
laughin'& singin'.
University Club - Battle of the
Bands continues tonight and is
guaranteed loads of fun.
West Bank - Mystique pounds
out top-40 music in a mystifying
style.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's -
Buster Banks is back with jazzy
piano and vocal.
Music
Office of Major Events
Phoebe Snow makes her ap-
pearance at the Power Center
tonight. Snow, a contemporary
singer of blues, folk, jazz, and
rock, has been a highly acclaimed
artist since her debut album
"Poetry Man" went gold in 1974. A
guaranteed fine performance.
Tickets are $8.50 for the show at 8
p.m. Call 763-2071.
University Musical Society
Solosti Aguilani, Italy's foremost
baroque ensemble, performs in
Rackham Auditorium this evening
on its first American Tour. the en-
semble will be joined by the talen-
ted doubled bassist Gary Karr who
has been called "the greatest
living performer on the double
bass." Tickets are $6-9 for the show
at 8:30 p.m. Call 665-3717.
The Ark
Ramblin' Jack Elliot swings
with folk-style songs and guitar
tonight at 9 p.m. $6 at the door. Call
761-1451.
Office of Major Events
One of heavy metal rock's
prevailing successes, Blue Oyster
Cult, hits the stage tonight at Hill
Auditorium. If you're ready to rock
come join the crowds for tunes the
likes of "Don't Fear the Reaper."
Tickets are $9.50-11.50 for the show
at 8 p.m. Call 763-2071.
Theater
Professional theater Program
The Father continues tonight at 8
p.m. See Friday's listing.
Performance Network
Mother Lode runs again tonight
at 8 p.m. See Friday's listing.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
Lunch Hour hits the stage
tonight, at 8 p.m. See Friday's
listing.
Dance
Canterbury Loft
Solo Alliance continues tonight
at the Loft. See Friday's listing.
Etc
Gray Panthers of Huron Valley
University medical biologist
Jimmy Spearow lectures on "Food
and World Inability" tonight.
Local food and diet activist.
Cheryl Newell will also be on the

scene to report. 3-5 p.m. at New
Fire Station -(2nd floor conferen-
ce room). (107 N. fifth Ave.). All
invited. Call 663-5348. Free.
University Activities Center
Tonight at the Union UAC spon-
sors their ever popular event -
Michigras. Can't miss out on this
evening of guaranteed fun in-
cluding casino games, various con-
tests, and even a champagne brun-
ch with buffet breakfast at mid-
night. 7:30 p.m. at the Union. $3 (or
$5 for two). Call 763-1107.
Basketball
Come cheer on your favorite
Wolverines at tonight's game
against Northwestern. 4 p.m.,
Crisler Arena. $5. Call 764-0247.

Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout - Bob Springfield
performs comedy and song
tonight.
Arbor Valley Inn - Diamondbacks
and the Mills Sisters play country,
rock and dance music.
The Blind Pig - Blind John Davis
belts out classic blues hits on the
keyboard.
The Earle - Ron Brooks and
friends jazz up the Earle tonight.
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox) -
the Habitat - Those wizards of
rock Whiz Kids whip it up tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge - Come dance
to the ska of slk.
Main Street Saloon - Top-40 hits
and dancin' oldies with Scot
tonight.
Mile High Club - Pat Mallon of-
fers brilliant folksongs and superb
guitar.
Mr. Flood's Party - Chicago Pete
is back with his Detroiters whip-
pin' up.
Mountain Jack's - Lifeline will
save your life with jazzy smooth
top-40 blues renditions.

Bars & Clubs
Del Rio - Jazz up your Sunday
with local jazz wizzes at Del Rio.
Joe's Star Lounge - Pangea is in
town tonight with dance, latin &
funk music.
Main Street Saloon - Jazz it up
with the Full Cycle jazz quartet.
Mr. Flood's Party - Steve
Newhouse tears the house down
with solo blues & funky country.
Theater
Professional Theater Program
"The Father" continues this af-
ternoon at 2 p.m. See Friday's
listing.
Etc
University International Business
and Economic Club
Representatives from the
University, Renault, and Domino's
Pizza gather for today's "World
Citizen Symposium" at which they
will discuss the business impor-
tance of relations around the
world, inexpensive travel abroad,
and how to go about getting an in-
ternational business internship.
From 1-5 p.m. in Hale Auditorium,
University Business School (904
Monroe). Call 763-9488. Free.
University Conference on the
Holocaust
"Songs from a World That is No
More" is the title of tonight's per-
formance by Cantor Harold Or-
bach. Cantor Orbach is from the
Temple Israel in West Bloomfield
and will perform Jewish songs
from the ghettos, resistance, and
concentration camps. 7:30 p.m.,
Michigan Union Pendleton Room.
Call 663-3336. Free.
The Ark
The Ark puts on a children's con-
cert of stories and tales at 3 p.m. &
8 p.m. by the Folktellers. Call 761-
1451.
Motor City Theater Organ Society
For their second Sunday series
of theater organ performances the
Organ Society presents Henry
Aldridge. Aldridge will perform at
10 a.m. in the Michigan Theatre,
come be their guest.j

IBars & Clubs
The Blind Pig - Boogie Woogie
Red boogies onto the cafe with
vocals & piano.
The Earle - Larry Manderville
lets the keyboard have it with
smooth piano solos.
Joe's Star Lounge - Blue Front
Persuaders jam with classic R & B
greats.
Mr. Flood's Party - Andy Boller
(of the Urbations) performs solo
blues piano and vocals.
Mountain Jack's - Jazz up your
top-40 dancin' with Lifeline.
Rick's American Cafe - Buz-
ztones get that high-energy rock
flowin' at Rick's tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - David Mayer is on hand
to entertain with piano solos.
Second Chance - Nick Newton
adds a new twist to your rockin'
& rollin'.
University Club - Dance your
blues away at tonight's dance par-
ty.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks tops off your
evening with bluesy piano &
vocals.
Etc
Art School
A public meeting will be held in
order to discuss recent issues con-
cerning the Art School tonight
from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Anderson
Room at the Union. Call 764-9254.
Free.
Strategic Moves
Strategic Moves sponsors a class
on how to combat the obsession to
lose weight and how -to change to
be acceptable in today's world.
The class runs for seven weeks and
will include short lectures, Earth
dance, exercise and discussion
times. The class will meet Monday
and Thursday and is taught by
Jesse N. Richards from 6-7:30 p.m.
at First United Methodist Church
(120 S. State) or Wednesday and
Friday from 12-1:30 p.m. at Ar-
tsworld (213 N. Main). $50 and $35
for seniors. To register call 995-
2972.
English Composition Board
The Composition Board invites
all interested people to today's lec-
ture on "Electronic Abundance:
Myth or Reality" by Anthony
Smith, director of the British Film
Institute. This lecture is one in
their series of three which are part
of its Evolving Literacy and
Revolutionary Technology con-
ference. This conference will be at-
tended by scholars, writing
program directors and writing
teachers from around the country,
many of whom will carry its issues
to the national Conference on
College Composition and Com-
munication in Detroit later this
month. Rackham Amphitheatre, 4
p.m. Free.

The Habitat - Whiz Kids are
whippin' up more of your favorite
rockin' dance tunes.
Joe's Star Lounge - Rock and
Ska by everyone's new local
favorite - Aluminum Beach.
Mr. Flood's' Party - Beam
Brothers are booming tonight with
"dirt road music."
Mountain Jack's - Lifeline adds
a jazzy twist to your top-40 dancin'.
Rick's American Cafe - '60s
rock in a style only found with the
Slang.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot will dazzle
you with piano hits.
Second Chance - The Original
Dittilies are whippin' up original
hits all night.
University Club -- Get that
reggae blood flowin' at tonight's
Reggae Dance Party.
West Bank - Mystique lets loose
with some of your top-40 favorites
tonight.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)-
Jazz piano and vocals by Buster
Banks.
Music
The Ark
Karen Wingert (cello), Janet
Roehm (flute) and Carey Trager
(guitar) play works for a trio by
Guiliani and Paganini. These two
talented 19th dentury virtuosos
have created some of history's
most beautiful music and the three
performing 'artists definitely do
these two justice. 8 p.m. $5 at the
door. Call 831-4554.
Pigs With Wings
If you like high energy enter-
tainment that encompasses
everything from rock to oral inter-
pretations then tonight's perfor-
mance by Pigs With Wings is for
you. Halfway Inn (East Quad). 10
p.m. 'til midnight. Call 995-2023.
Free.
Etc
English Composition Board
Two lectures will be held today
for the Board's Evolving Literacy
and Revolutionary Technology
conference. At 9 a.m. Alan Kay,
vice president of corporate resear-
ch and chief scientist at Atari, Inc.,
will lecture on "Revolutionary
Literacy in a Technological Cen-
tury" at 4 p.m. Maxine Greene,
Professor of education, Teachers
College, Columbia University, will
lecture on "Toward Multiple
Literacies in Education: Seeing,
Saying, Choosing." See Monday's
listing.
University Activities Center
For their Viewpoint Lectures
UAC will present Stephen Pollan,
in conjunction with American Ex-
press, who will discuss the topic of
"Money and Credit." This lecture
is designed to meet many
questions about credit today's
University students have - how to
establish credit, maintain good
credit rating, borrowing,
budgeting, and financial planning.
7:30 p.m. in the Michigan Union
Pendleton Room. Call 763-1107.
Free.
University Program in Judaic
Studies
Jeffrey Fleck, professor of
Judaic and Near Eastern
Languages and Literatures (from
Ohio State) lectures on "Mendele
in Pieces - Deconstructing
Abramovitsh's Famous. Narrator-
Hero." 4:10 p.m., East Conference
Room, Rackham. Call 763-9047.
Free.

University Conference on the
Holocaust
The conference continues tonight
with a talk by Jack Eisner who will
discuss "The Holocaust through
the Eyes of a Survivor." Eisner,
author of The Survivor, relates his
personal account of the Warsaw
ghetto uprising of 1943.7:3(rp.m. in
Rackham Auditorium. Call 663-
3336. Free.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville
plays piano solos to knock your
socks off.
The Habitat - Contemporary
rock with Whiz Kids tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge - George
Bedard and his Bonnevilles get
country rockabilly rollin' at Joe's.
Mr. Flood's Party - Kevin Lynch
and the Cadillac Cowboys are
ridin' high with swingin' country.
Mountain Jack's - Twist the
night away to the jazzy top-40 of*
Lifeline.
Rick's American Cafe - Room-
ful of Blues swing the Rick's bunch
with R & B hits.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Piano solos like no one
else by Bart Polot.
Second Chance - The Original
Dittilies rock all night with '60s
greats.
University Club - Laugh Track
keeps you chuckling at the club
this evening.
West Bank - Dance to the
mystical top-40 of Mystique.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks is back with more
smooth jazz on piano and vocals.
Music
University Musical Society
Seiji Ozawa conducts the Boston
Symphony Orchestra tonight at
8:30 in Hill Auditorium. This
venerable orchestra, older than
the Musical Society itself, perfor-
ms Beethoven's Symphony No. 1
and Stravinsky's "Firebird."
Tickets $6-$16. Call 665-3717.
Theater
Professional Theater Program
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof opens
tonight at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater. This Pulitzer-prize win-
ning play by the late Tennessee
Williams follows the story of a
Southern patriarchal family that is
consumed by the evils of greed,
ambition, and lust. Tickets are $6-
10.50. Call 764-0450.
Etc
University of Michigan
The University is sponsoring a
Henry Russel Lecture at which
Stefan Fajans, professor of inter-
nal medicine and director of the
Michigan Diabetes Research and
Training Center, will speak on "Of
Diabetes and Hypoglycemia - The
Rewards of Clinical In-
vestigation." The Henry Russel
Awards will also be presented at
this time (recipients --Peter
Railton,hassistant professor of
philosophy and Richard

Wrangham, assistant professor of
anthropology). 4 p.m., Rackham
Amphitheater. Call 763-4452.
University Center for Continuing
Education of Women
CEW is offering assertiveness
training for women graduate
students where students will have
the opportunity to learn skills for
improved communication with ad-
visors, professors, colleagues and
students in a supportive group set-
ting. The group will meet for five
weeks on Wednesday afternoons
from 3:15-4:45 p.m. at CEW (350 S.
Thayer). Call 763-1353.
Department of Political Science
Wayne State University
President David Adamany will
discuss "Campaign Finance:
PACs and Political Parties" in a
lecture today at 4 p.m. in the Kuen-
zel Room of the Union.
History of Art Department
Dr. Lilian M.C. Randall, curator
of manuscripts and rare books, the
Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore,
lectures today on "Innovations in
Pictorial Programs of Medieval
Manuscripts." 4:10 p.m. in
Auditorium A, Angell Hall. Call
764-5400. Free.
Computerland of Ann Arbor
In conjunction with Deloitte
Haskins & Sells, an open house will
be held at the Sheraton University
Inn, featuring a seminar on the use
of micro-computers in small
businesses followed by a demon-
stration of various microcom-
puters. Seesions will be conducted
hourly beginning at 3 until 7 p.m.
Call 973-7075 or 995-0100. Free.
Center for Afroamerican and
African Studies
For their Colloquium Series,
CAAS presents Jonathan Ngate,
assistant professor of Romance
Languages and Literature of the
University's LS&A. Prof. Ngate
will lecture on the topic "From
Kala to Fort-Negre: Mongo Beti in
Perspective" in Room 246 Lorch
Hall at noon. Call 764-5518.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Larry Manderville
sweeps over the keyboard with
soothing solos.
The Habitat - Whiz Kids keep
your Thursday rollin' with ver-
satile rock.
Joe's Star Lounge - Ann Arbor's
favorite rock 'n roller Steve Nar-
della.
Mr. Flood's Party - The Lost
World String Band gets St. Patty's
Day rollin' with Irish music.
Mountain Jack's - Lifeline is
pounding out more top-40 greats in
a jazzy way.
Rick's American Cafe -
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rockabilly hits. .
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot sends piano
solos your way.
Second Chance - The one and
only Original Dittilies are back to,
rock your Thursday - '60s style.
University Club - UAC sponsors
Soundstage tonight for local talent.
West Bank - That top-40 sextet
Mystique is still givin'you wonder-
ful tunes to dance to.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks plays piano and
sings in a jazzy style.

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