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Bars & clubs

Annie's Dugout - Northwind
hits the stage with rockin' oldies.
Arbor Valley Inn - Scat plays
contemporary hits all night.
The Blind Pig - Detroit blues
tonight from Willie D. Warren and
the Brush Street Blues Band.
The Earle - The Ron Brooks
Trio performs jazz tonight.
The Habitat - Pegasus lets you
dance all night to their easy,
swingin' rock.
Joe's Star Lounge - Steve Nar-
della lets it happen at the Star Bar
with wild rock.
Main Street Saloon - Herizon,
that all-female rock sextet, blasts
off tonight.
Mile High Club - Mustard's
Retreat pounds out rockin'
classics.
Mr. Flood's Party - Dance your
heart out to the exciting blues, rock
and Motown of the Falcons.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbo plays
top-40 hits.
Rick's American Cafe - The
boogie woogie jump up sounds of
the Savoie Band fill the air of
Rick's.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot plays solo
piano.
Second Chance - Teen Angels
let you hop'n'bop to oldies and top-
40.
University Club - The Ur-
bations rock'n'roll with R&B from
the '50s, '60s, '70s, and '80s.
West Bank - Topaz plays top-40
numbers.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks plays jazz piano.
Music
The Ark
Michael Cooney and Barry
O'Neill lead the Ark's annual event
"Ceilidh." Cooney and O'Neill of-
fer exciting entertainment that
goes beyond description. A long-
standing Ark favorite, come see
the show at 9 p.m. $6. Call 761-1451.
School of Music
Robert Reynolds conducts the
Symphony Band and Wind Ensem-
ble tonight at Hill at 8.
But if that doesn't grab you, you
can catch the Women's Glee Club
at 8 p.m. in Rackham Auditorium;
Rosalie Edwards conducts tonight.
The Music School also sponsors a
voice recital by Bridget Connors, a
BM mezzo soprano, at Rackham
Assembly Hall, 8 p.m.
For information on all these
fabulous performances call 764-
0594. All shows are free.
Theater
University Gilbert and Sullivan
Society
The Mikado, Gilbert and
Sullivan's lively musical set in
Japan plays tonight at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater. The plot

deals with the son of a figurehead
emperor - the mikado, who cloaks
himself behind the disguise of a
traveling minstrel in order to avoid
a pursuing woman. There is much
satire and nonsense, dancing and
singing. Directed by David Kitto,
the show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets
are available for $4- 6.50 at the
Michigan League Box Office, or by
calling 761-7855.
Etc
Coalition Against Rape
Women in Washtenaw County
are marching together to stop rape
at the Fourth Annual "Take Back
the Night" rally and march today.
The rally takes placeat 8 p.m. in
front of the Federal Building
(Liberty and Fifth).
School of Natural Resources
Dale Robertson, associate chief
of the U.S. Forest Service, will
speak on "The Forest Service and
the Resource Planning Act." The
session will be from 3 to 5 p.m. in
Room 1040 of the Dana Building.
Free.
Department of Astronomy
A lecture entitled "Very Long
Baseline Interferometry" will be
given tonight by Dr. Hugh Aller. It
will deal with the technique of
utilizing radio telescopes around
the world to produce observations
of vey high resolution. The film
"Charting the Universe with Op-
tical and Radio Telescopes" will
follow the lecture. 8:30 in
Auditorium B - Angell Hall. Free.
Department of Philosophy
The "Third Annual Michigan
Colloquium in Philosophy on the
Topic of Interpretation" begins
this afternoon. Donald Davidson
will speak on "Interpreting
Evaluative Attitudes" at 2,
followed at 4 by Michael Friedman
speaking on "The Logical
Background to Interpretation."
The Colloquium takes place in the
East Conference Room, Rackham.
Call 763-3492. Free.
Performance Network
The Network hosts a multi-
media event this evening entitled
"About Time - Ann Arbor." The
show will feature 10 Michigan ar-
tists' multi-media art, including
performance art, videos, and audio
visual works. The three days of
performance and video art will
vary from show to show. Tonight's
performance is at 8, Performance
Network (408 W. Washington). Call
663-0681 or 891-5096.

The Habitat - Pegasus plays
easy goin' rock.
Joe's Star Lounge - Steve Nar-
della rocks the place with fab
oldies.
Main Street Saloon - Female
rockers Herizon play contem-
porary tunes.
Mr. Flood's Party - The
Falcons let fly with R&B and
Motown tunes.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbo plays
top-40 and oldies for your dancin'
feet.
Rick's American Cafe - SLK
bops and sways ska and reggae.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot tinkles the
old eighty-eights.
Second Chance - Teen Angels
crank out oldies and top-40.V
University Club - James
Newton Quartet plays jazz;. see
Saturday Music.
West Bank - Topaz plays top-40
tunes.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks plays jazz piano.
Music
The Ark
"Ceilidh" continues this
evening, featuring Michael Cooney
and Barry O'Neill. See Friday's
listing.
School of Music
The Men's Glee Club takes to the
stage of Hill Auditorium at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $3-5 ($2 students). Call
764-0549.
Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra
Society
Guest conductor and violinist
Alexander Schneider performs this

evenings at 8:30 in Hill Auditorium for
the Chamber Orchestra's Winter Etc
Season. Schneider has conducted
the finest orchestras in the coun- Perform
try, including those in New York, "Abou
Los Angeles, Pittsburgh and tinues ti
Detroit. He was also the principle this ev(
figure at the Marlboro Music listing.
Festival and Lincoln Center's
Mostly Mozart Festival. Univers
Tonight's show will include Astro
Bach's Concerto for Two Violins in celebrat
D minor, Mozart's Divertimento servatio
No. 11 in D and Haydn's Symphony an obse
No. 95 in C minor. Call 996-0066 for 10 a.m.
more information. set up o
vation.
Eclipse Jazz disp .la
Eclipse is proud to present the sity Ex
James Newton Quartet this showing
evening foretheir "Bright Momen- 1:30, 2:
ts" concert series. Newton is that are fre
unique jazz artist notorious for his showsr
mastery of the flute and the Quar- Center f
tet does a wonderful job backing Women
him up with smooth jazz. If you're A worl
up for an evening of swinging and Propos
highly entertaining jazz, don't Minorit
miss this show at 8 p.m. in the U- sity" wi
Club. Tickets are $4.50, call 763- to 4
6922. Dr. Ant
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University Gilbert and Sullivan is a $5 fe
Society is requ
The Mikado closes tonight at registra
Mendelssohn Theater. See Departn
Friday's listing. 2 and 8p.m. "New
Studies'
Commu
agenda
Sports terested
T.V. Th
Men's Baseball the Rac
Come watch your favorite a.m. to
swingers defeat Indiana in a again to
doubleheader beginning today at 1 long list
p.m. (Ray Fisher Stadium). $2, $1 764-0420
for students. Call 764-0247. required

nance Network
ut Time - Ann Arbor" con-
his afternoon at 2 as well as
ening at 8. See Friday's
ity Lowbrow Astronomers
nomy Day is being
ted today with a solar ob-
on, a museum exhibit, and
rvatory open house. From
to 4 p.m. a telescope will be
n the diag for solar obser-
From 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. a
will be open at the Univer-
hibit Museum. Planetarium
gs are at 10:30, 11:45 a.m.,
45, and 4 p.m. All exhibits
e except the planetarium
-hich are $1.
or Continuing Education of
kshop entitled "Writing the
al: A Workshop for
:y Women at the Univer-
1 be held today from 9a.m.
n. It will be conducted by
toinette Schiesler and will
-rned primarily with ways
ch to seeksupportwfor
h and other projects. There
ee and advance registration
tested. Call 764-6555 for
tion or more information.
ment of Communication
Directions in Television
" is the program on the
unication Department's
all day for anyone in-
[in the enterprising field of
e program takes place at
.kham Building from 8:30
5:45 p.m. and resumes
morrow. For details on the
t of events call 764-2587 orj
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Conductor Patrick Gardner
presents the University Choir this
afternoon at 4 in Hill Auditorium
and tonight at 8 the Music School is
proud to present their guest cellist
Ronald Coper. Call 764-0594. All
performances are free.
Ann Arbor Cantata Singers
The Cantata Singers will per-
form, under the direction of
Bradley Bloom, a concert of music
for chorus and string orchestra
this afternoon at St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church (306 N.
Division). The concert will consist
of works by Bach, Schubert,
Hadyn, and Schonberg. The per-
formance is at 4 p.m. and tickets
are $5 ($2.50 for students and
senior citizens). Call 995-3014.
Sports
Men's Baseball
The boys host Indiana in another
doubleheader today at 1 p.m. (Ray
Fisher Stadium). $2, $1 for studen-
ts. Call 764-0247.
Etc
Performance Network
A matinee and evening perfor-
mance of "About Time - Ann Ar-
bor" will be presented today.
Matinee at 2 p.m., evening per-
formance at 8. See Friday's listing.
Department of Communication
"New Directions in Television
Studies" continues today at
Rackham from 8 a.m. to noon. See
Friday's listing.

Etc
University Center for Continuing
Education of Women
For their Career of the Month
Lecture series, CEW sponsors
"Careers for the Future: Women
in Technology" tonight from 7-9 in
the CEW Library (350 S. Thayer).
Call 763-1353 or 764-6555.
Aerospace Engineering Depar-
tment
A presentation of Project
LO*STAR, "A Space Shuttlejto
Low Orbit Transfer System," will
be given from 7-9 p.m. in the
Raymond E. Carroll Auditorium,
Chrysler Center, North Campus.
Free.

Winds come hailing into Hill
Auditorium this evening at 8 under
conductor Jerry F. Junkin.
Also tonight at 8, if the former
doesn't interest you, Haechung Suh
will perform a piano recital in the
Recital Hall. Call 764-0594 for info
on either show, both of which are
free.
University Musical Society
Joffrey II, a showcase of
professional young dancers,
choreographers and composers,
perform a delightful and en-
thusiastic show tonight at 8 in the
Power Center. Call 665-3717 or 764-
2538 for more information.
Etc
University Center for Continuing
Education of Women
Tonight at 8 CEW holds its
Scholarship Awards in the Am-
phitheater at the Rackham School
of Graduate Studies. Come see
your deserving friends receive
their awards. Call 763-1353 or 764-
6555 for more information.

Bars & clubs

At 6 be sure not to miss the piano 'the concer
accompanying recital performed Brass Ring
by Jean Schneider-Claytor in the Tonight
Recital Hall. those wond
Rackham Assembly Hall is the Radio" hi
proud host of another School of Voodoo. 'I
Music event this evening, the special gui
Honors Quartet. 8p.m. recently a
Or perhaps a violin recital will thusiastic
interest you - Pei Zhu in the ce. A gu,
Recital Hall at 8 p.m. show. Tick
The Music School definitely has at 8 p.m.
much in entertainment to offer this School of N
evening, call 764-0594 for infor- Baritone
mation on any one of these free forms a vo
performances. Hall at 2 p.i
University Musical Society Not only
Joffrey II performs again this voice recit
evening at 8 in the Power Center. experience
See Tuesday's listing. of Deboral
Th e Recital Hal
Theater Jean Sch
with anoth
Performance Network recital at 6
1959 Pink Thunderbird will be But if pia
performed tonight at 8 at Perfor- come see
mance Network. This comedy by organ reci
James McLure follows the story of Auditorium
a Vietnam vet and his family as he John Cas
attempts to regain his pre-war ming at 8, t
lifestyle. recital in tli
Also this evening audiences will And if ni
have the opportunity to see two tioned shov
related one-act comedies: Lone then maybe
Star and Laundry and Bourbon. recital by V
Lone Star is also the story of a the Rackha
Vietnam vet who returns from the All these
war and in Bourbon the vet's wife formances
and friends are portrayed in their information
everyday triumphs of wandering
husbands, monster children and Theatl
game shows. Tickets are $5, call
663-0681. Performani
Sports1959 Pink
Sports Pi
this eveninj
Men's Baseball listing.
The Wolverines are in line for
another rousing game of baseball Sport
this afternoon at 3, this time they
take on Cleveland State. Come Men's Base
cheer the team on at Ray Fisher Cleveland
Stadium, tickets are $2, $1 for doublehead
students. Call 764-0247. marvelous
p.m. (Ra;
Tickets are
u764-0247.

The Earle - Larry Manderville
plays solo piano.
The Habitat - Pegasus plays
easy listening rock.
Joe's Star. Lounge - Ten piece
band the Sun Messengers play
blues, jazz, and more.
Mr. Flood's Party - Folk and
blues singer/guitarist Walter Craft
brings his craft to Flood's.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbo'
cranks out oldies and top-40.
Rick's American Cafe -
Fabulous blues guitarist Matt
"Guitar" Murphy twangs and
jams.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot does his"
stuff on piano.
Second Chance - The original
Dittilies bop with oldies.
University Club - Reggae Dan-
ce Party at the Club tonight.
West Bank - Topaz plays top-40.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks jazzes it up on
piano.
Music
The Ark
Susan Cook plays harpsichord
and Helene Rottenberg plays
guitar for the Ark's Kithara
Classical Guitar Series. Doors
open at 7:30 for the concert at 8
p.m. $5. Call 761-1451.
School of Music
Concert Band and Chamber

Bars & clubs

Bars & clubs

The Earle - Larry Manderville
solos on piano.
The Habitat - Pegasus plays
easy goin' dance rock.
Joe's Star Lounge - The Flying
Tigers bring East Lansing
rockabilly to AZ.
Mr. Flood's Party - Kevin Lyn-
ch and the Cadillac Cowboys swing
country style.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbo plays
oldies and top-40 hits.
Rick's American Cafe - Matt
"Guitar" Murphy returns with
great blues.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot on piano.
University Club - Laugh along
with Laugh Track tonight.
West Bank - Topaz plays top-40
tunes.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's )
- Buster Banks plays jazz piano
and sings.
Music
School of Music
Wendy Stofer graces the Recital
Hall with a piano recital at 4 p.m.
today.

Bars & clubs

Del Rio - Local jazz artists per-
form tonight.
Mr. Flood's Party - George
Bedard with his screaming
rockabilly guitar teams up with
R&B pianist Mr. B.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot plays piano.
Second Chance - Teen Angels
play oldies and top-40.
Music
The Ark
Today at 2 Michael Cooney
presents a children's concert..
Bring the whole family for an af-
ternoon of music and humor.
Children $1, adults $2. Call 761-
1451.
School of Music
Mathew Schielbold performs a
cello recital today at noon in the
Recital Hall.
Also today the School of Music
presents Anna Richert who will
perform another cello recital at 2
rday p.m., also in the Recital Hall.

The Blind Pig - George Bedard
and Mr. B. rock you with
rockabilly.
The Earle - Come experience
the soothing piano of soloist Larry
Manderville.
Joe's Star Lounge - Blue Front
Persuaders blow cool R & B your
way.
Mr. Flood's Party - Those boys
from Ohio keep you entertained
with folk & blues, come see Walter
Craft.
Rick's American Cafe - Pop
rock like only the Neats can do it
tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - David Mayer whips up
some wonderful piano solos.
Second Chance - Power rock
with the Cult Heroes this evening.
It-Play makes the scene also.
U-Club - Come resume your
positions on the dance floor for
tonight's Dance Party with CBN
DJ Michael Pool.
West Bank - Top-40 Topaz is
back rockin' it up.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks jazzes up on
vocals and piano.
Music
School of Music
Martin Werner conducts the Arts
Chorale at Hill Auditorium, 8 p.m.
There is also a voice recital at 8
Sp.m. in the Recital Hall by Eiko

The Earle - Larry Manderville
tinkles them eighty-eights.
The Habitat - Pegasus plays
today's easy listening hits.
Joe's Star Lounge - New-
wavish trio Non-Fiction jams with-
original tunes.
Mr. Flood's Party - The Bugs
Beddow Band plays hot jazz-rock
fusion with Bugs playing trom-
bone.
Mountain Jack's - Rainbo plays
top-40.
Rick's American Cafe - Dance
to current hits with 1-2-3-Go!
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) -- Bart Polot plays piano.
Second Chance - The Original
Dittilies rock'n'roll with oldies.
University Club - Jazz and folk
by local favorites for Soundstage.
West Bank - Sextet Topaz plays
top-40 type tunes tonight.
Winston's Pub (Win Schuler's)
- Buster Banks sings and plays
piano.
Music
The Ark
Modern and traditional folk
songs by Leo Kretzner this
evening. Kretzner performs on
guitar and mountain dulcimer for

Bars & clubs

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Bars & clubs

Annie's Dugout - Northwind
with rock oldies, currents, and
originals.
Arbor Valley Inn - Scat plays
dancin' rock.
The Blind Pig - Great blues
with Willie D. Warren and the
Brush Street Blues Band.
The Earle - Jazz it up with the
Ron Brooks Trio.

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Matsunaga.
Call 764-0594 for information on
either performance. Both shows
are free.

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