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Washtenaw County Parks and
Recreation Commission
As part of the Dedication Day
Ceremony for County Farm Park,
several hundred girl scouts and
boy scouts will be planting 2000
pine and spruce seedlings with the
help of University students. These
students are members of such
groups as the Natural Resources
Club, the Society, of American
Foresters, and the Landscape Ar-
chitecture Program. For more in-
formation call 994-2575. Free. -

Bars & Clubs
Ashley's (996-9191)-Jim
Carlson defies the norm in contem-
porary guitar solos this evening.
The Blind Pig (996-
8555)-George Bedard and the
Bonnevilles keep pounding out the
rockabilly that's made them
The Earle (994-0211)-The Ron
Brooks Trio plays cool jazz all
night at the Earle.
The Fox's Den (662-
1647)-Stephen Dorar entertains
with jazz and swing piano.
The Habitat (665-3636)-Pegasus
rolls your way with top-40 hot hits.
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Mustard's Retreat can't
stop their folk/rock sensation.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Steve Nardella proves
why he's Ann Arbor's favorite
tonight at the Star Bar.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Come experience the
progressive blues of Bugs Bedow
tonight at Flood's.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-SLK can keep the dance pop
rollin' like no other can to please
the Ann Arbor crowd.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Bart Polot soothes your
evening with piano solos.
Second Chance (994-5350)-Top-
40 rock rolls the house over with
Moriah tonight.
U-Club (763-2236)-Flying Tigers
land at land at the Club with wild
St. Andrew's Hall
Soaking up the success of their
latest album, X comes to Detroit
tonight at St. Andrew's Hall.
Tickets are still available for this
show, call 961-8137 for more con-
cert information.
The Ark
Joe and Antoinette McKenna
display their skill on the Uillean
pipes, tinwhistle, accordion, and
harp. Their voices will rise to
produce wonderful Irish music.
The duo comes from Dublin,
Ireland to The Ark (1421 Hill St.)
tonight at 8 p.m. The cost is $6.
Call 761-1451.
Field Hockey -
Come watch those wonderful
stickhandlers today as they take on
the Ohio State Field Hockey team
at 4 p.m., Ferry Field. Call 763-
2159 for further information. Free.
Women's Volleyball
The Wolverine bumpers,
spikers, and setters prove their
skills against Purdue tonight at 7 in
the Central Campus Recreation
Bldg (CCRB). Call 763-2159. Free.
Guild House
As part of the regular series of
lectures featuring local women en-
titled "Women's Lives" the Guild
House presents Hemalata Dan-

dekar professor of architecture
and urban planning. 12 p.m. Guild
House (802 Monroe).
Performance Network/Michigan
Labor Theater
Two one-act plays, Dangerous
Times and A Civil Defense Primer
will be presented by the Perfor-
mance Network and Michigan
Labor Theater. Both plays are
comic statements for nuclear
disarmament. Performance Net-
work (408 W. Washington). 8 p.m.
Michigan Christian Association
Ralph Martin, a prestigious
Christian author from Ann Arbor,
will deliver a speech entitled
"Beyond Optimism: The Realism
of Christian Hope" at the Michigan
Theater. 8 p.m.
AstroFest 128
Jim Loudon continues his
discussion of the Spacelab era
tonight in his lecture series on the
"Space Shuttle Future." Don't
miss out on the details of our
growing involvement in space
development tonight at 7:30, MLB
Auditorium 3. Call 994-3966 for
more information. Free.
Genealogical Society of
Washtenaw County
Anyone interested in starting a
family tree should go to the Begin-'
ners Genealogical Workshop.
Arlene H. Eakle, M.A., a
professional genealogist, will
teach beginners how to start
research, organize data, and com-
pile a family history. The
workshopawill take place at the
Ann Arbor Public Library from 7
to 9:30 p.m. $5 fee for the
International Center
Returned Peace Corps Volun-
teers, and those interested in the
Peace Corps come together for a
pot luck dinner. RPCV's bring a
dish from your host country, and
dress accordingly. 6 p.m. at the
Peace Corps office in the inter-
national Center. Call 764-9310 for
more information.


Steve Nardella: Rockin' tradition at Joe's,

Bars & Clubs
Ashley's (996-
9191)-Contemporary jazz
guitarist John Lawrence projects
his electric vibes.
The Earle (994-0211)-The Ron
Brooks Trio (featuring Brooks
himself, of course) jazzes up the
The Fox's Den (662-1647)-"You
ain't got a thing if you ain't got that
swing"-pianist Stephan Dorar.
The Habitat (665-3636)-For
those who missed WHYT, Pegasus
covers the top-40.
The Heidelberg (663-7758)-A
combination of rock, blues, and
folk music by the local band
Mustard's Retreat. -
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Classical rocker Steve
Nardella covers the sublime and
the popular of rock 'n roll.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Buggs Beddow and his

progressive R & B bop Flood's this
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-The Roosters revive Mick
and the Stones' early charm at
Roundhouse Saloon - (769-
0592)-Bart Polot takes a two-
handed approach to the piano this
evening at the Saloon.
Second Chance (994-
5350)-Detroit band Moriah poun-
ds out the innovativ sound of top-40
. U-Club (763-2236)-Makah
Rhythm Tribe brings the Detroit
style of reggae to the U-Club; a
good choice.
Office of Major Events
The Moody Blues make their
only Michigan appearance right
here in Ann Arbor tonight. The
Moody Blues have progressed and
changed dramatically over their
ten-plus-year history. Because of
the progressive '70s and their
renaissance of commercial suc-
cess, the Moody Blues should give
a great performance. Crisler
Arena. Tickets.are $10.50-12.50.
Call 763-5110.
The Ark
Joe and Antoinette McKenna
perform again this evening at 8
p.m. See Friday Music.
University Musical Society
Tonight at 8'the Musical Society
presents Leonid and Valentina
Kozlov, former Bolshoi stars. The
International Corps de Ballet will
also perform. Tickets are $8-18.
Power Center. Call 665-3717 for
more information.
Rugby Football
The new Canadian Rugby Club

Kincardine is the guest of our
Wolverines today at 2. Also today,
the University "B" Rugby team
takes on the Windsor Borderers.
Mitchell Field (Fuller Rd.). Call
763-4560 for more sports infor-
mation. Free.
Intercollegiate Field Hockey
Iowa takes on Ohio State at
Ferry Field this morning at 11.
Call 763-2159 for more information.
Ice hockey
Yost Arena hosts Miami tonight
in a fierce game of hockey against
our maize 'n blue skaters. 7:30
p.m., tickets are $3-4, $2 for studen-
ts. Call 764-0247 for more hockey
Michigan Voice of.Reason
The Voice of Reason Fall Con-
ference will be concerned with the
topic of "The Morality of the Con-
stitution." Among the many even-
ts on the schedule is the keynote
address made by Professor Harold
Norris from the Detroit College of
,Law; (Hutchins Hall, Law Quad).
For more information call 663-3757.
University Museum of Art
The art and antique sale con-
tinues today at the Michigan
Union. Come browse through the
wonderful works and marvel at
their low prices. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
And after the sale at the Union,
the Art Museum is holding an auc-
tion of art and antiques at the
Museum itself. 7 p.m. Admission
is $5, which includes an auction
catalog and bidding paddle.
Cocktails will be served at Harris
Hall for those $50 benefactors from
5:30-6:30 p.m.
Ann Arbor Jaycees
Don't miss your chance to be
scared out of your wits by creative
yet scarey monsters, goblins, wit-

ches and all those other creatures
that go along with Halloween. 3-9
p.m. at the Arborland Shopping
Center. $1.50, 75t for kiddies under
12. Call 971-1825 for more scarey
Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation
Don't miss "Halloween Hap-
penings," a magic show by that
talented local boy Daryl Hurst.
Also, a puppet show performed the
Mask Puppet and Theater com-
pany as well as contests for best
costumes, etc. $1 for skate rentals.
7:30-10 p.m. $1.50 for children and
$2 for all you adults who are really
kids at heart. Veterans Ice Arean.
Call 994-2780 for more information.
School of Music
Come see all of our bands at.the
Band-o-rama. Tickets are $2, $4,
and $5. 8 p.m., Hill. Auditorium.
Pick up tickets at the Hill Box Of-
fice before 4 p.m.
The Rudolf Steiner Institute of the
Great Lakes Area
Hans Gebert, co-director of the
Waldorf Institute in Southfield, will.
give a lecture on the subject of
"Computers and Freedom." (1923
Geddes). For information call 662-
Geneological Society of
Washtenaw County
Arlene Eakle, professional
genealogist and family historian
and the author of numerous
publications;-will present a British
Isle Genealogical, Workshop at
Weber's Inn today. Topics
featured in her British Workshop
presentation will be: "Getting
your British Research Data 'from
the Comfort of Your Own Home"
and "How to Find Your British An-
cestors' Specific Places of Origin."
(3050 Jackson Rd.). For further
information call 665-3044, 994-5550,
or 668-1375. Free.

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Bars & Clubs -
Del Rio (761-2530)-Local jazz
talents spice up the evenings at the
Del Rio.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-University Law school
graduate Fred Small shows that
there's more to life than
law-namely music.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Neil Woodward leads the
Union Lake All-Stars in a Rock 'n
Blues recital.
OldrTown (761-9291)-Informal
acoustic jam sessions break the
silence on Sunday evenings.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Bart Polot pounds the ivory
again this evening at the Roun-
dhouse Saloon.
Second Chance (994-
5350)-Moriah is still pounding out
their innovated brand of top-40
Music -
Eclipse Jazz
Jaco Pastorius, bassist extraor-
dinaire, brings his new band, Word
of Mouth to the U-Club. A great
opportunity to see Pastorius in
such a small venue. Formerly of
Weather Report, Pastorius has
won wide acclaim for his unique
style. U-Club. Tickets are $12.50.
Call 763-6922 for more information.
Field Hockey
More field hockey excitement
this morning at 10. Don't miss the
Wolverines as they pounce on Iowa.
at Ferry Field. Call 763-2159 for
more field hockey information.
Young People's Theater
The Ann Arbor children's
theater holds its first Gala Benefit
Night to celebrate Young People's
Theater's 8th birthday. The hosts
for this evening's invitation-only
affair will be Senator Lana Pollack
and Mayor Louis Belcher. Can-
tebury House (218 N. Division). 6
p.m. Those who are interested in
attending but do not have an in-
vitation should call the YPT office
at 996-3888.
Ann Arbor Jaycees
The Haunted House is open again
for all you lovers of goblins and
ghosts. See Saturday's listing.

Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Radio King and His All-
Star soul band return funk 'n soul
to Ann Arbor.
Mr. Flood's Par-ty (995-
2132)-Bop along with the
Rockaholics and their mid-western
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-I-tal, the reggae band that
needs no introduction in Ann Ar-
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-David Meyer attacks the
modern version of the harpsichord
in what promises to be a good
Second Chance (994-
5350)-Annual Halloween Party
with even more innovative top-40
rock, tonight by (appropriately)
University Symphony Orchestra
The Symphony Orchestra
presents its annual Halloween
Concert tonight at 9 in Hill
Auditorium. Gustav Meier con-
ducts the symphony through
mysterious music that will leave
you saying, "Now that's scarey."
Call 763-4726 for more information
on this Halloween tradition. Free.
Michigan Association of School
One of the main speakers at the
annual meeting of the Michigan
Association of - School
Psychologists will be Professor
Samuel J. Meisels of the Univer-
sity's School of Education. He will
discuss the topic "Kindergarten
Development Screening: What
Works and What Doesn't" at the
Briarwood Hilton Inn. Prof.
Meisels will begin his talk at 1:15.
Center for Japanese Studies
Akira Kurosawa's Red Beard
will be shown at Lorch Hall at 7
p.m. English subtitles. Free.
The University of Michigan
Professor Paul C. Weiler will
begin the Thomas M. Coley Lec-
tures about "Constitutional
Protection of Human Rights, Per-
spectives from Abroad" with a talk
on "Judges and Rights in a
Democracy: The New Canadian
Version."' 120 Hutchins Hall. - 4
p.m. Free.
Center for Continuing Education of
Programs for refreshing student
skills can help newly returned and
prospective women students with
tips and techniques to handle
academic assignments. The two
six-week programs, "Reading Ef-
fectiveness and Study Skills" and
"Academic Writing," will be held
at the Reading and Learning Skills
Center (1610 Washtenaw). Advan-
ce registration, at the center is
required. For further information
call 763-1353 or 764-6555.

The Choral Union Series
Los Angeles.Chamber Orchestra
appears with soloists Gaechinger
Kantorei of Stuttgart, conductor
Helmuth Rilling. The performan-
ce begins at 8:30 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium. Tickets $6-13. Call
665-3717 for further information.
The Universityof Michigan
The Thomas M. Cooley Lectures
continue on the topic of "Con-
stitutional Protection of Human
Rights, Perspectives from
Abroad." Tonight's speaker is
Professor Jochen A. Frowein and
he will speak about "European In-
tegration Through the Protection
of Fundamental Rights." 120 Hut-
chins Hall. 4 p.m. Free.
Science Research Club
Myton E. Wegman, president of
the American Association for
World Health and dean-emeritus of
the University School of Public
Health, will give a lecture on
"Disease Eradication-Smallpox
and Then What?" Also, a talk on
"Encouraging Young People Who
Express Interesttin Science-The
Southeastern Michigan Science
Fair" will be presented by John
Rosemergy, Ann Arbor public
schools science coordinator, and
Harold Kooyers of Hoover NSF
Bearing Co. Science Club.
Chrysler Center (University North
Campus). 7:30 p.m. Call 663-2203
for information about membership
applications. Lectures are open to
club members.
Center for Russian
and East European Studies
Andrei Voznesensky, whose
works include the collections
"Nostalgia for the Present," "An-
ti-Worlds," and "Story Under Full
Sail," will present a poetry reading
this evening in C.C. Little (Room
1528). 8 p.m.
Young People's Theater
YPT is holding auditions for
their second annual production of
Scrooge at the Performance Net-
work (408 W. Washington) tonight
at 7. Since last year's production
was such a success they've decided
to make this a yearly event so don't
miss your chance to participate.
Auditioners should come to the
Network in loose clothing and be
prepared to dance and sing. No
audition piece is required. Call 996-
3888 for further information.

The Earle (994-0211)- Larry
derville keeps those piano
warm tonight at the Earle.


Bars & Clubs
Ashley's (996-9191) - Jeff Ewald
plays top piano perfectly.
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville wraps up his week of
sweet piano.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Pegasus
dances uR at the Habitat with more
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot plays piano classics.
Professional Theater Program
The Professional Theater
Program begins its season with the
musical, Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat. Song and
dance tell the story of Joseph, son
of Jacob, and his life as an Egyp-
tian slave and his advisory role to
the Pharoah. Andrew Lloyd Web-
ber and Tim Rice team up for this
play, they brought us Jesus Christ
Superstar, and Evita. The play
opens tonight and will run through
November 5th at the Power Cen-
ter. Tickets are $13-18. Call 764-

for their second annual production
of Scrooge. 7 p.m., Performance
Network (408 W. Washington). See
Friday's listing.
The University of Michigan
Professor Francis G. Jacogs will
give the Thomas Cooley Lectures
on "Constitutional Protection of
Human Rights, Perspectives from
Abroad." Tonight's talk will con-,
cern the subject "Towards a
United Kingdom Bill of Rights."
120 Hutchins Hall. 4 p.m. Free.

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Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211) Larry Mander-
ville keeps those piano keys warm
tonight at the Earle.
The Habitat (665-3636) - The top-
40 dance band Pegasus brings
November in with groove tunes.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart.Polot solos with classic piano

Bars & clubs
Ashley's (996-9191) - Jim Price
doesn't make you pay for contem-
porary guitar and song.
The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville gives . you
sophisticated piano tunes to keep
your evening entertained.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Pegasus
comes stompin' in with top-40 dan-
ce tunes.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot plays piano hits that
keep you swinging while you dine.
Young People's Theater
YPT holds auditions again today

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211)-Larry
Manderville preaches 'a bitter-
sweet solo on the piano.

Flying Tigers: Fly high with rockabilly Fr

8 Weekend/October 28, 1983

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