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view of Rudolf Steiner's Spiritual
Science (Anthroposophy). The
Rudolf Steiner Institute (1923 Ged-
des). Call 662-6398. Also, see Mon-
day's listing. Free.

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Bars & Clubs
Ashley's (996-9191) - Guitarist
Jim Carlsen mixes today's sound
with some favorite folk tunes.
The Earle (994-0211) - Jazz-with
bassist Ron Brooks and his trio.
The Habitat (665-3636), -Thyme
plays some old and new, but all of
it danceable.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Good old-fashioned rock and roll
guitar from Steve Nardella.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
The Falcons are flying high with
some rock and Motown sound.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- I-tal jams all night long
- reggae style.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
David Mayer tickles the ivories,
followed by Bart Polot.
Second Chance (994-5350) -
Masquerade plays top-40 rock
U-Club (763-2236) - It's a dance
sensation - with the Urbations.
University Faculty Harpsichord
Academy of Early Music har-
psichordist Edward Parmentier
performs works by J.S. Bach, in-
cluding Toccatas in G major and G
minor, a Concerto in D major after
Vivaldi, and a Sonata in D minor
after his own violin Sonata in A
minor. 8 p.m. School of Music
Recital Hall (Baits Drive off
Broadway), North Campus. Call
763-4726. Free.
The Ark
Jim O'Callahan, Gerry O'Kane,
John Roberts and Tony Barrand,
and Brendan and Terrance
McKinney will appear at the First
Annual Guinness Pub sing. There
will be a circus tent on the Ark's
lawn for the festivities, and of
course plenty of that legendary
stout. 8 p.m. at the Ark (1421 Hill).
Only $5 for all the fun. Call 761-
The Brecht Company
A Man's a Man, the 1926 satire
about an Irish docker drafted into
the British Army and transformed
into a dangerous killer is a drama
masterpiece by Bertolt Brecht.
Stars Martin Walsh, Jeff Wine, and
Blake Radcliffe. Residential
College Auditorium. 8 p.m. Tickets
are $5 at the door. Call 763-0169.
Women's Volleyball
The Women Wolverines bump in-
to action against Northwestern at'

the Central Campus Recreational
Building at 7 p.m. Call 763-2159.
School of Metaphysics
What do your dreams mean and
what do they say about you? Come
listen to lecturer Terry Janasik
from the School of Metaphysics
give a talk titled "Dreams: Win-
dows of the Soul." He will be
speaking at 7:30 p.m. at the Red
Cross Center (2729 Packard Rd.).
Call 482-9600. Free.
University Astronomy Depar-
Tonight's lecture at 8:30 in
Auditorium B, Angell Hall is en-
titled "The Masses of Stars and
Planets." Dr. Gerard Kriss will
conduct the lecture which will be
followed by the film Algol. the
Demon Star. After the film
everyone will have the opportunity
to gaze at the sky through the
Angell Hall telescope. Call 764-3440
for further information. Free.
Guild House
Today for their noon luncheon,
the Guild House is proud to present
the film The Clan: Legacy of Hate.
Lunch is optional at $1, which in-
cludes home-made soup and san-
dwich. Guild House (802 Monroe).
Call 662-5189 for further infor-
Performance Network
Included in Performance Net-
work's fall season this year is the
San Francisco Video Festival. The
festival includes a first act that is
dedicated to Nam Juik Paik and a
second act that is comprised of six
pieces by various west coast video
artists. 8 p.m. at Performance
Network (408 W. Washington).
Tickets are $5, $4 students. Call
University Press Club of Michigan
The 1983 meeting of the Univer-
sity Press Club of Michigan will be
highlighted by a banquet speech by
John Seigenthaler. The meeting
will also feature a talk by the win-
ner of the Morgan O'Leary Award
for Excellence in Political Repor-
ting and panel discussions of the
new American newspaper as well
as libel and privacy. The press
club is open to editors, publishers,
and editorial staff members in all
Michigan media as well as radio
and television news people.
Registration fee includes a ticket
to the Michigan-Indiana football
game, Saturday, October 1. The
annual meeting opens at 11 a.m. in
the University's Communication
Department (Second Floor
Frieze). Call 764-7260 for further
Department of Theater and
Drama/Dutch Gover-
nment/Netherlands America
University League
The actor Jules Croiset of
Netherland and European fame
will put on a one man performance
at 8 p.m. in the Trueblood Theater
(Frieze Building). Free.
University Alumni Association
Agnes Mary Mansour, director


of the Michigan Department of
Social Services, will address the
University's School of Social Work
Alumni Society, in conjunction
with the society's first annual
meeting. The public is invited to
attend the speech, 7:30 at the Ann
Arbor Inn. Call 763-9747 for ticket
information or 763-6339 for general

Bars & Clubs
Ashley's (996-9191) - John
Lawrence plays some refreshing
Jazz guitar - no words to get in the
The Earle (994-0211) - Don't
miss bass player Ron Brooks and
his trio laying down the tunes.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Top-40
dance music by the trio Pegasus.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Roots of rock and roll with Steve
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Tune in on some rock and Motown
with the Falcons.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Some hot reggae goin' up with I-
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot runs the show from his
piano bar.
University Musical Society
The world-reknowned violinist
Isaac Stern comes to Hill
Auditorium to start off this year's
Choral Union Series. Stern will
perform solo in an unannounced
program. After the performance
there will be supper with Isaac
Stern for 100 people. Tickets for the
dinner are $100. The concert is
part of a series, with prices
ranging from $60-130 for all ten
concerts. 8:30 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium. Call 764-2538.
Eclipse Jazz
Jerome Cooper graces the U-
Club this evening at 9 o'clock with
his solo percussion recital. Tickets
are $4.50, call 763-5924 for further
Cooper will also conduct a free
percussion workshop for all you
aspiring percussionists at 4 p.m.
today at the William Monroe Trot-
ter House. Call 763-5924. Free.
The Ark
The First Annual Guiness Pub
Sing continues at 8 p.m. See
Friday's listing.
Performance Network
The San Francisco Video
Festival continues this evening at 8
p.m. See Friday's listing.
University Press Club of Michigan
The annual press club meeting
continues today beginning at brun-
ch at the Campus Inn. See Friday's

Bars & Clubs
Del Rio (761-2530) - Local bands
show their stuff.
Mr. Flood's Party. (995-2132) -
Neil Woodward does it solo and
then again with his Union League
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot serves 'em up at the
piano bar.
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
The 55th season opens with
Brahms' Tragic Overture,
Beethoven's Eighth, Variations for
Orchestra by- Raymon Zupko, on
the music faculty at Western
Michigan University, and Saint-
Saens' Concerto No. 3 for Violin
and Orchestra with soloist Walter
Verdehr, a professor of violin at
Michigan State University. The
Orchestra will be conducted by
Edward Szabo, who is in his tenth
year at the podium. Power Center
at 3 p.m. Call 994-4801. Free.
Performance Network
The San Francisco Video
Festival continues again tonight at
8. See Friday's listing.
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
The University Botanical Gar-
den will offer Sunday tours this
fall, including today's which will
cover the topic of "Plant Adap-
tations." No reservations are
necessary, and the tour starts at 2
p.m. at Matthaei Botanical Gar-
dens (1800 Dixboro Rd). Outdoor
tours are free while the conser-
vatory charge is $1. Call 764-1168
for more information on the tours.


Bars & Clubs
Ashley's (996-9191) - A buffet of
tunes by Jim Price on guitar.
The Earle (994-0211) - Lively
jazz piano by Larry Manderville,
with accompaniment.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Good
listening and dance music from
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
True West - a hot touring pop
band from L.A.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
The Cobras do up some sharp R &
B and rock.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
It's David Mayer and then Bart
Polot 'tending the piano bar.
U-Club (763-2236) - Stewart
Cunningham, pianist/vocalist
plays some entertaining and ar-
tistic stuff.
The Rudolf Steiner Institute
Tonight at 8 the Rudolf Steiner
Institute presents Peter Goble,
class teacher of the Ann Arbor
Rudolf School. Goble will discuss
the topic "The Rudolf Steiner
School - What we do in Grades 6-
These Tuesday lectures are con-
ducted by Profesor Ernst Katz and
will cover topics of general interest
from Steiner's point of view, based
on his basic book An Outline of Oc-
cult Science. All are welcome and
encouraged to attend. Tonight's
donation will be $3, $2 students.
The Rudolf Steiner Institute (1923
Geddes). Call 662-6398.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville takes over on jazz
The Habitat (665-3636) - Three
person band Pegasus plays some
light danceable stuff.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Private Sector mixes some jazz
and some rock.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Piano player David Mayer enter-
tains, and then passes the keys to
Bart Polot.
University Center for Japanese
For their fall film series, CJS of-
fers An Autumn Afternoon, a
Japanese film with English sub-
titles that follows the theme of "the
human struggle of self-definition,
of individual freedom...of
separation and loss brought about
by the inevitable passages of
marriage and death."Director
Yasujiro Ozu has been referred to
as one of the "most Japanese" film
directors of his time. The film star-
ts at 7 p.m. in the Lorch Hall
Auditorium. Call 764-6307 for in-
formation. Free.
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
The Ann Arbor Hands-On
Museum is searching for "Ex-
plainer-Guides" who will be
willing to devote at least two hours
a week helping visitors enjoy the
hands-on exhibits at the Museum.
Volunteers who are interested
should come to the orientation
meeting today at the Museum from
9:30-11:30 a.m. For further infor-
mation, call the Museum at 995-
5437 or 995-5439,
The Rudolf Steiner Institute
Tonight from 8-10, the Rudolf
Steiner Institute will sponsor the
lecture and discussion on "Sleep
the Restorer; and Death." Led by
Professor Ernst Katz, this fall's
lecture series will cover topics of
general interest from the point of

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville lays down some Jazz
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
It's funk, Motown and soul with
Radio King and His All-Star Soul
Mr. Flood's Party (996-2132) - It's
rockabilly time with the Chevelles.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
David Meyer breezes along the
Guild House
University student Mike
Wrathell will read selections of
short stories from his unpublished
collection of political satire, Money
Talks, Love Walks. Also, Denis
McBee and Jock Henderson from
the local press Beatniks in Space
will read selections of their poetry,
8 p.m. at Guild House (802
Monroe). Call 662-5189. Free.
Elipse Jazz
Hazen Schumacher will be
speaking on Louis Armstrong in
the third of a series of history of
jazz lectures. Schumacher is the
producer of NPR's Jazz Revisited
program, from 7:30-9:30 which are
held in Studio B of WUOM-FM on
the fifth floor of the LSA building
(500 S. State St.) $25 for the lecture
series. Call 763-5924.
Professional Theater Program
The Professional Theater
Program of the University of
Michigan presents Rivals by
Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Rivals
is a hilarious comedy of manners
satirizing 18th century social con-
ventions. Sheridan will prove to
you that love is not just a game, but
a full fledged sport. Lydia Men-
delssohn theater. 8 p.m. 763-5213.

I-tal: Jams at Rick's Friday & Saturday.

Gedds). all662-398

U-Club (763-2236) - Innovative
piano and vocals from Stewart
Professional Theater Program
Rivals by Richard Brinsley
Sheridan continues tonight. See
Wednesday's listing.
University Department of In-
dustrial and Operations
Today from 4-5 p.m., Professor
Andrew Targowski of Hofstra
University will discuss "Modelling
of the Interconnected Flow Bet-
ween Material and Information."
This seminar will be held in room
241 of the Industrial and ,
Operations Engineering Building. f
University German Department
and Program in Comparative
Professor of German, Dr. Klaus
Peter from the University of
Massachusetts, will lecture on
"Romanticism Today" at 8 p.m. in;
the West- Conference Room of
Rackham. Free.

Bars & Clubs
Ashley's (996-9191) - A little bit
of everything by unaccompanied
pianist Jeff Ewald.
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville taps out the tunes
alone and then with accom-
The Habitat (665-3636) - Foot-
movin' dance music from Pegasus.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
The Urbations continue rocking
the nation.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
good old rhythm and blues with
Cross Town Blues featuring Alber-
ta Adams.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
A pair of fine pianists -- first David
Mayer then Bart Polot.

other browsing hours call 662-8914.
Michigan Union
The Union proudly presents the
return of a Special Exhibition Sale
of Original Oriental Art starting
Wednesday October 5 and running
through Friday, October 7 from 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday and 10
a.m.-8 p.m. Friday. Prints will be
exhibited in open portfolios in an
informal atmosphere. A represen-
tative will be available to answer
questions about the works, artists,
and various graphic techniques
employed. Prices range from $2 to
$200 while admission to the exhibit
itself is free. Proceeds go to the
cultural and social programs in the
Union Pond room (first floor
Union). Call 763-5900 for more in-
University Club
A collection of about 10 graphics
produced by University
publications will be on exhibit
through this week. The collection
includes posters and album covers
produced in recent years at the
University. For more information,
contact Rita Bartolo at 763-4430.
Ann Arbor Art Association
An opening reception will be held
tonight for Pi Benio and Chris
Reising whose joint exhibit
"Becoming Albescent" will appear
at the Ann Arbor Art Association
through October 22
The exhibit involves a paper and
clay installation by Benio and the
cast paper relief paintings of
Reising. Both Benio's and Reising's

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Clare Spitler
All through this week, a presen-
tation of Jer Patryjak's work, en-
titled, "The Extended Ego/The In-
timate Id" will be exhibited.
Clare Spitler Works of art (2007
Pualine Court). Viewing hours are
from 2-6 p.m. on Tuesdays, for

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