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Bars & Clubs

Bars & Clubs

Annie's Dugout{ - Rock 'n roll
oldies as well as top-40 pop hits and
originals with Northwind.
Arbor Valley Inn - Scat brings
rousing rock your way.
The Blind Pig - Blind Jim Brewer
and special guest Andy Cohen
bring Chicago blues & guitar your
way.
The Earle - Ron Brooks Trio is
back this month with more jazzy
entertainment.
The Habitat - Pegasus plays easy
rock in a swingin' style tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge - Blue Front
Persuaders kick off the evening
with R & B greats.
Main Street Saloon - The
Dominoes belt out highly dan-
ceable 60s hits.
Mr. Flood's Party - Trees will
shade your Friday with easy
listening rock.
Mile High Club - Mustard's
Retreat rocks the Club tonight.
Mountain Jack's - Lifeline jazzes
up the top-40 greats.
Rick's - Steve Nardella whips up
some original rockers tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dan-
cer) - Bart Polot solos with sweet
piano.
Second Chance - Steve King and
the Dittlies keep those 60s hits
alive.
U-Club - Oroboros features
Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers
and others tonight.
West Bank - Top-40 rock with
Renaissance.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's) -
Buster Banks jazzes up piano &
vocals.
Rabbi Guido's - Jazz pianist and
vocalist Stephanie Ozer performs
tonight.
Music
University Opera Theatre
Mozart's comedy opera The
Marriage of Figaro will be per-
formed tonight in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre. The Opera in-
cludes some of Mozart's most
glorious arias and ensembles and
is performed by the University's
leading vocalists. The Opera
moves through a series of com-
plications which arise when
Figaro, valet to the Count
Almaviva, discovers that the
Count has designs on Susanna,
Figaro's finacee. As an extra treat,
Johan van der Merwe, first-prize
winner of the International Com-
petition for Young Conductors and
current music director of the
Plymouth Symphony, will serve as
musical director and Jay Lesen-
ter, a New York City Opera
veteran, will debut as stage direc-
tor. The opera will continue
through Sunday. 8 p.m. Men-
delssohn Theatre. Tickets are
$7. Call 763-9769 or 763-1071.
School of Music
Brad Weaver will perform a tuba
recital tonight in the School of
Music Recital Hall at 8 p.m.

Janna Skaates will present her
clarinet recital tonight at 8 p.m.
in the Rackham Assembly Hall.
For more information on these
events, call 763-4726. All perfor-
mances are free.
The Ark
John Hartford wraps up his two-
night appearance at the Ark
tonight with banjo brilliance,
original songs and an all-around
evening of entertainment. Shows
are at 7:30 and 9. Call 761-1451.
Theater
Performance Network
John L. Beem's award-winning
piece The Mother Lode about two
reporters who get more than they
bargained for when they go to in-
vestigate the deaths of 74 people as
they tried to escape a burning
building hits the stage again this
evening at 8. Performance Net-
work (408 W. Washington). $5. Call
663-0681.
Residential College
The Residential College Players
present Anton Chekhov's The Boor
for two shows this evening at 7:30
and 9. This rollicking satirical one-
act play follows the story of a boor
who rudely imposes himself on a
widow and harasses her for the
money he loaned her husband. As
might be expected he finds himself
falling in love with the widow and
the resulting comedy guarantees
an enjoyable evening. RC
Auditorium (East Quad). Call 995-
4462.
University MUSKET Theater
The Musket Theater presents
everyone's favorite musical Hair
this evening at 8. The show will
make you laugh, cry and think but
it will mostly -make you feel.
Tickets are $5.50 and $6.50. Power
Center. Call 763-1107.
Canterbury Loft
In celebration of April Fool's
Day, comic acting The Gerry the
Fool Group presents the foolish
show Who's Fooling Who?, a ninety
minute collection of comedy
featuring mime, puppets,
monologue, and music. The show
begins at 8:30, and tickets are $3.50
at the door. This foolish event
takes place at the Canterbury Loft
(332 S. State St.). Call 665-0606.
Sports
Men's Tennis
Those macho men of the court
take on Wisconsin today at 2:30 in
the Varsity Courts (next to the
Track & Tennis Building). Call 764-
0247. Free.
Etc
University of Michigan
Tonight marks the opening of the
two-day Alternative Career Fair.
Zak Mettger editor of the
Washington D.C. based "Com-
munity Jobs"gets things rolling
with a speech that is to be followed
by an informal reception. 7:30
p.m., Schorling Auditorium,
School of Education Building. Call
763-INFO. Free.

Alexander G. Ruthven Museums
Staff Astronomer Jim Loudin
will conduct a "Space Shuttle Up-
date" in Auditorium 3 at MLB. 7:30
p.m. Free.

Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout - Northwind
blows into town with top-40 hits,
originals and rockin' oldies.
Arbor Valley Inn - Scat keeps you
dancin' to their swingin' rock.
The Blind Pig - Jim Brewer
brings Chicago blues and guitar to
life tonight.
The Earle - Smooth jazz by the
Ron Brooks Trio this evening.
The Habitat - Fly by the Habitat
to experience some Pegasus top-40
rock.
Joe's Star Lounge - Blue Front
Persuaders slide into Joe's with
cool R & B.
Main Street Saloon - Dominoes
will roll you over with 60s rock.
Mr. Flood's Party - That vocal
duo Trees is doin' it up again
tonight with easy listening rock.
Mile High Club - Mustard's
Retreat marches into the Club with
rock.
Mountain Jack's - Lifeline gives
you jazzy top-40 hits to dance to.
Rick's - Original rock with wild-
man Steve Nardella tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dan-
cer) - Bart Polot soothes your
evening with sweet piano solos.
Second Chance -- 60s rock & roll
with Steve King and the Dittlies.
West Bank - Renaissance keeps
top-40 alive tonight.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's) -
Buster Banks plays jazzy piano.
Rabbi Guido's Sephanie Ozer of-
fers wonderful jazz piano and
vocals.
Music
University Opera Theatre
The Marriage of Figaro will be
presented tonight at 8 p.m. at
Mendelssohn Theatre. Tickets are
$7. See Friday listing.
School of Music
Blake Allen will perform a cello
recital today at 2 in the School of
Music Recital Hall.
Kerry Stevenson performs a
piano recital today at 4 in the
School of Music Recital Hall.
Toni-Marie Montgomery per-
forms a piano recital at 6 p.m.
in the School of Music Recital Hall.
Rachelle McCabe will perform a
piano recital tonight at 8 in the
School of Music Recital Hall.
Carl St. Clair conducts the Con-
temporary Directions Ensemble
tonight at 8 in Rackham
Auditorium.
For more information on these
events, call 763-4726. All perfor-
mances are free.
The Ark
Joe & Antoinette McKenna, two
of Dublin's finest traditional
musicians, bring their innovative
style to the Ark tonight at 9. Joe is
featured on whistle and accordian

while Antoinette masters the harp
and vocals. Call 761-1451.
Eclipse Jazz
The Union swings tonight with
the up-beat jazz sounds of J.C.
Heard and his Orchestra. The
evening is dedicated to the music
of Duke Ellington, one of
America's foremost composers.
Take out your dancing shoes and
bask inthe jazz sounds of the '40s.
Michigan Union Ballroom, $6.50
($5 for students). 8 p.m. Call 763-
6922.
Theater
Canterbury Loft-
In celebration of April Fool's
Day, The Gerry the Fool Group
performs again. See Friday, 8:30.
University MUSKET Theater
Hair continues tonight at 8 in the
Power Center. See Friday's listing.
Performance Network
The Mother Lode continues
tonight at 8. See Friday's listing.
Sports
Men's Tennis
The boys host Minnesota today
at 1 p.m. in the Varsity Courts (next to
the Track and Tennis Building).
Call 764-0247. Free.
Etc
University of Michigan
A day-long series of workshops is
offered at the second and final day
of the University's Alternative
Career Fair. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Residential College in East Quad.
Call 763-INFO. Free.

tunes, plus some original ditties
that guarantee an enjoyable
evening. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
for the show at 8. Call 761-1451.
Theater
University MUSKET Theater
Today a 2 o'clock matinee of
Hair. See Friday's listing.
Sports
Women's Tennis
The gals take on Purdue in some
exciting matches at 10 a.m. in the
Varsity Courts (next to the Track
& Tennis Building). Call 763-2159.
Free.

Bars & Clubs
Del Rio - Local jazz groups jam at
Del Rio all night.
Mr. Flood's Party - Mark Nor-
they brings song and guitar to the
Flood's crowd.
Rick's - Oroboros will roll you
over with R & B classics.
Second Chance - Before those
Monday blues set in experience the
60s rock of Steve King & the Dit-
tilies.
Music
University Opera Theatre
The Marriage of Figaro will be
performed at 2:30 at Mendelssohn
Theatre. Tickets are $7. See
Friday listing.
School of Music
The horn students Recital will be
presented tonight at 8 in the School
of Music Recital Hall. Call 763-
4726. Free.
The Ark
If you're one for 12-string bot-
tleneck blues then the Ark is the
place for you this evening. Mike
Cross hits the stage with Irish jigs
and reels, old time mountain fiddle

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig - George Bedard
and Mr. B get together for some
exciting rockabilly, jazz and
boogie woogie blues.
The Earle - Larry Manderville
enhances your evening at the
Earle with sweet piano solos.
Joe's Star Lounge - R & B in a
classic style with Blue Front Per-
suaders.
Mr. Flood's Party - Beam
Brothers belt out whiskey-type
"dirt road music."
Mountain Jack's - Rainbo shines
with top-40 hits and oldies.
Rick's - Oroboros offers more R &
B the likes of Grateful Dead and
Allman Brothers.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dan-
cer) - David Mayer solos on piano
tonight.
U-Club - Dance all night at the
Dance Party with WCBN DJ
Michael Pool.
West Bank - Renaissance whips
up top-40 greats.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's) -
Jazzy vocals & piano with Buster
Banks.
Music
School of Music
Bruce Buchanan performs a
clarinet recital tonight at 8 in the
School of Music Recital Hall.
Julia Jones will perform a violin
recital tonight at 8 in the Rackham
Assembly Hall.
For more information on these
events, call 763-4726. All perfor-
mances are free.
Etc
City of Ann Arbor
Today is the big day for mayoral
election, contested council races in
four of the five wards, and five
ballot proposals (including the
repeal of the $5 marijuana law).
Polls are open from 7 a.m.-8 p.m.
Call 994-2725.
Washtenaw Anti-Draft Council
W-CARD will hold a planning
meeting at the First Unitarian
Church, (1917 Washtenaw). 7:30
p.m. Free.

The Earle - Pipno solos in a
sophisticated style by Larry Man-
derville.
The Habitat - Pegasus wings into
the Habitat with dancin' rock.
Joe's Star Lounge - It Play offers
new twists to new tunes.
Mr. Flood's Party - Rock and
blues in a new style with the Phan-
tones this evening.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbo plays
oldies & top-40 hits.
Rick's - Seeds of Europe dazzle
you with XTC, Split Enz and even
Police renditions.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dan-
cer) - Bart Polot is back again
with piano solos.
Second Chance - Urbations share
the stage with Rhythm Corps
tonight for an evening of guaran-
teed wild entertainment.
U-Club - Reggae Dance Party
featuring Stolen Legacy tonight.
West Bank - Top-40 hot hits with
Renaissance tonight.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's) -
Buster Banks belts out jazzy
vocals & piano.
Music
Prism Productions
Singer Patty Smyth leads Scan-
dal through some exciting rock
tonight as they back up the show
for Golden Earring. Scandal's
latest hit"Goodbye toYou" is only
a sampling of their explosive
talent.
Also appearing tonight will be
Golden Earring, who will radiate
you with old hits like "Radar
Love," their international smash
hit.
8 p.m. at the Michigan Theater.
Tickets are $12.50. Call 665-4755.
Michigan Union Arts Program
For their concert of the month
the Union is proud to present
pianist Sephanie Leon, a Univer-
sity Masters student who will per-
form works by Chopin, Prokofiev
and others. 8 p.m. in the Michigan
Union Pendelton Room. Call 763-
5900. Free.
School of Music
Scott Mather and Eric Becher
will conduct the Campus Band and
Repertory Band at 8 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium.
Laura Hammes and Mark Mut-
ter will perform a duo-violin
recital at 8 p.m. in the Rackham
Assembly Hall.
For more information on these
events, call 763-4726. All perfor-
mances are free.
Dance
American Ballet Theatre
Artistic Director Mikhail
Baryshnikov is scheduled to dance
in four programs for the American
Ballet's engagement at the
Masonic Temple tonight through.
Sunday. Highlighting the Opening
Night program will be the Detroit
premieres of Jerome Robbin's
Other Dances, John McFall's In-
terludes and the full length classic
La Sylphide by August Bournon-
ville. Baryshnikov will dance with

Gelsey Kirkland tonight in Other
Dances.
Tickets for the American Ballet
Theatre engagement at the
Masonic Temple are available now
at the Masonic Box Office and all
CTC outlets, or by phone with a
Mastercard or Visa at 832-2232.
Tickets are $8, $13, $18 and $25 for
the performance at 8 p.m.
Sports
Men's Baseball
At 1 p.m. those slammin'
Wolverines take on Aquinas for an
exciting doubleheader. Ray Fisher
Stadium, $2 (students $1). Call 763-
2159.
Women's Softball
After the boys take on Aquinas
the women confront Wayne State. 3
p.m. at the varsity softball
diamond (next to Ray Fisher
Stadium). $1. Call 763-2159.
Etc
Washtenaw Anti-Draft Council
W-CARD is sponsoring a two day
visit by John Judge, a draft and
military counselor/researcher.
Also appearing is Mustaffa Ran-
dolph, co-founder of the Black Vet-
erans for Social Justice. They will
appear at a public meeting at Trot-
ter House, (1443 Washtenaw). For
info. call Naomi Braine, 764-0649. 8
p.m. Free.

Bars & Clubs

The Ark
Do'a is a musical pair that
definitely proves that they are
more than just a duo. And if you're
in doubt, then the Ark is the place
for you tonight where this team
will perform an upwards of 25 in-
struments and a multitude of
timers and rhythms. Their in-
novative style combines classical,
folk and jazz into a rousing
arrangement to be enjoyed by all.
Doors open at 8:30 for the concert
at 9 p.m. Call 761-1451.
Dance
American Ballet Theatre
The Ballet continues their
engagement tonight at the Masonic
Temple under the artisitic direc-
tion of Mikhail Baryshnikov (see
Tuesday's listing).
La Sylphide will be featured
again this evening with
Baryshnikov and Cheryl Yeager.
Also tonight will be La Corsaire
Pas de Deux and Lynne Taylor-
Corbett's popular Great Galloping
Gottschalk. Ticketsfare $8, $13, $18
and $25 for the performance at 8
p.m. Call 832-2232.
Sports
Men's Baseball
In another doubleheader the
Wolverines challenge Western
Michigan at 1 p.m. in the Ray
Fisher Stadium. $2 ($1 students).
Call 764-0247.
Etc
Tau Sigma Delta
The architecture student honor
society is proud to present Chicago
architect Thomas H. Beeby who
will discuss classical architectural
forms in a lecture entitled,
"Classicism: Collage_ or transfor-
mation?" Beeby is director of the
School of Architecture at the
University of Illinois and a prin-
cipal member of a reknowned ar-
chitecture film. 8 p.m. at
Chrysler Center Auditorium on
North Campus. Call 764-7260. Free.
Center for Continuing Education of
Women
Everyone is welcome to attend
the Financial Aid Information
Clinic for information on financial
aid sources, application
procedures, and contact people. If
you are looking for money, this
meeting is a must. Don't forget your
lunch! 12-1:30 p.m. CEW Con-
ference Room (350 South Thayer).
Call 763-1353 or 764-6555. Free.
The Center for Russian and East
European Studies
William Reisinger, a doctoral
candidate in political science, will
talk at a brown bag lunch on "An
International Regime Governing
Intra-CMEA Relations." Lane
Hall Commons Room. Noon. Free.
Center for Western European
Studies
Princeton University professor
Theodore K. Rabb will lecture on
the "Mentality of the German
Burgher in the Age of Refor-
mation." Room 203,'Tappan Hall. 8
p.m. Call764-4311. Free.
Washtenaw Anti-Draft Council
John Judge and Mustaffa Ran-
dolph will appear at a luncheon at
Guild House (802 Monroe St.). Call
Ann/Don Coleman at 662-5189.
Noon. See Tuesday's listing.

The Earle - Larry Manderville
tips off the evening with piano
solos.
The Habitat - Pegasus is per-
forming top-40 contemporary hits
all night.
Joe's Star Lounge - Sun
Messengers shine with jazz.
Mr. Flood's Party - Blues, R &
B, and rock are what makes Stark
Raving Revue.
Mile High Club - Nefari gets
that reggae beat goin' tonight.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbo of-
fers top-40 hits for your dancin'
pleasure.
Rick's - Rockabilly spins at
Rick's as Flying Tigers let it hap-
pen.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Come experience the
solo piano of Bart Polot.
Second Chance - Rock greats
with Moriah.
U-Club - Folk and jazz by local
artists at Soundstage.
West Bank - Renaissance hits
the stage with top-40 rock.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks on jazz piano &
Vocals.
Music
School of Music
Johan van der Merwe conducts
the University Campus Orchestra
at 8 p.m. in Hill Auditorium.
Jerry F. Junkin conducts the
Chamber Winds tonight at 8 in
Rackham Auditorium.
The Harpsichord Students
Recital will be held at 8 p.m. in
the School of Music Recital Hall.
A roast will be held to honor
Professor Eugene Bossert at 8 p.m.
in the Rackham Assembly
Hall. Reception to follow.
For more information on these
events, call 763-4726. All perfor-
mances are free.
The Ark
Johnny Moynihan blows into the
Ark tonight with Irish music on in-
struments such as mandolin,
bazooka, concertina, harmonica,
button accordian, as well as the tin
whistle. Loads of entertainment at
this show at 9 p.m. Doors open at
8:30. Call 761-1451.
Theater
Canterbury Loft
Performance of The Bombs, a
musical comedy about the nuclear
arms race, will have you exploding
with laughter! (Sorry.) The show
takes place at 8 p.m. at the Canter-
bury Loft (332 S. State). Call 665-
0606.
Residential College
For their final production of the
season, the Residential College
Players present Tonight ...
Only!, an evening of sketches and
scenes from original plays, which
have s been written in the
playwriting class of Peter Ferran,
an RC faculty member, and head
of the RC's Drama Concentration.
8 p.m. in the RC auditorium (East
Quad). Call 973-9526 or 763-0176.
Dance
American Ballet Theatre
For their continuing engagement

The Earle- Larry Manderville is
back on the scene with piano solos.
The Habitat - Contemporary
rock that's easy to listen to with
Pegasus tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge - Sleepy
LaBeef presents renditions of
rockabilly.
Mr. Flood's Party - Cobra
slithers into Flood's with R & B
greats as well as 60s rock.
Mountain Jack's - Oldies and
top-40 rock are on the agenda for
Rainbo this evening.
Rick's - Mutants blast out
original rock &- roll with the
proper new approach.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot on solo piano
tonight.
Second Chance - Moriah pumps
out top-40 rock.
U-Club - Laugh Track presents
aspiring local comedians.
West Bank - Top-40 rock comes
your way from Renaissance.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks keeps up the jazz
tradition.
Music
School of Music
The tuba students recital will be
held tonight at 8 in the School of
Music Recital Hall.
Christine Stressel will perform
a voice recital at 8 p.m. in the
Rackham Assembly Hall.
For more information on these
events, call 763-4726. All perfor-
mances are free.

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