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COVER STORY __________________
EOn top of the 'U' Page 1
He says he never wanted the job. He was not the top
choice for the job. Yet, there Billy Frye is; the
University's vice president for academic affairs and
provost - one of the most important figures in the
University's battle of the budget. This week's cover
story examines the man who has been the center of
University attention for two years of budget cutting.
Cover photo by Doug McMahon.
FEATURES
Home sweet home Page 4
Folk singers from all over the country find that
they have a home away from home when they get to
Ann Arbor. The reason for this is a little place called
the Ark. Get a little peek behind this coffeehouse's
doors with this week's feature highlight.
MUSIC
Pot pourri Page 6-7
Concert-goers have a wide variety of musical of-
ferings this week in and around Ann Arbor. The
World Saxophone Quartet makes time out to play a
few jazzy tunes at Rackham while Genesis beats
their collective drum over at Joe Louis Arena in
Detroit. Classical enthusiasts also get a fix when
Mstislav Rostroprovich performs his cello at Hill
Auditorium.

FILM
The twilight zone Page 8
Stephen King's suspenseful story might as well
take place in the Twilight Zone instead of the Dead
Zone. His second movie in less than two months tells
the story of a man who awakens from a coma with all
kinds of psychic powers. King, the master of the
macabre, wastes no time in terrifying the audience.
See how well he does it by reading this week's movie
review.
LIST
Happenings Pages 9-11
Your guide to fun times for the coming week in Ann
Arbor. Film capsules, music previews, theater notes
and bar dates - all listed in a handy-dandy, day-by-
day schedule. Plus a weekly feature on your favorite
foods.
THEATER
To be or not to be Page 12
The question of survival - whether it outweighs
dying or not - is an age-old question, but one that is
still quite valid today. Devour the Snow, a presen-
tation of the University Showcase series, deals with
just what lengths people will go to in order to survive.

CLASSICS
Kissing bandit Page 13
The classic antics of one kissing bandit will be
revealed in the silent form for a rare appearance of
Don Juan, the 1926 Warner Brothers feature. Get an
inside glimpse at John Barrymore and his swash-
buckling past.
DISCS
Fresh vinyl Page 16-17
The old artists recently emerged from the recor-
ding studio with brand new products. Paul Simon
(conspicuously minus Art Garfunkel) finally
released his new album - weeks after the scheduled
date. The delay was said to be caused by all the time
it took to erase Art's vocals from the already-
completed disc. Bob Dylan also breaks back onto the
music scene with an album that, unlike his last few'
efforts, doesn't preach about his born-again
Christianity. The Jam also gets its say with a
remixed version of some of its best tunes.
BOOKS
Survival of the fittest Page 18
If you . don't know how you're going to survive
your college years, you might want to think about
writing home for advise instead of getting it from a
book - namely, How to Survive Your College Daze.
This week's book review gives you a few hints on how
to save some money (don't buy this book!). W

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Mannes students will enjoy:
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Weekend
Friday, November 11
Vol II, Issue 9
Magazine Editors .................Mare Hodges
Susan Makuch
Sales Manager ..........................Meg Gibson
Assistant Sales Manager ............ Julie Schneider

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Ensembles in Residence
The Galimir String Quartet
The Dorian Wind Quintet
The Mannes Trio
Associate Ensemble
The Empire Brass Quintet
PIANO
Edward Aldwell
Arkady Aronov
David Bar-Illan
Claude Frank
Richard Goode
Jeannette Haien
Eugenia Hyman
Lilian Kallir
Edith Oppens
Marie Powers
Josef Raieff
Peter Serkin
Nina Svetlanova
Mildred Waldman
Diane Walsh
HARPSICHORD
Kenneth Cooper
Eugenia Earle
ORGAN and
CHURCH MUSIC
Ford Lallerstedt
MacNeil. Robinson
William Whitehead
TYMPANI and
PERCUSSION
Norman Grossman
Howard Van Hyning
Walter Rosenberger

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STRINGED
INSTRUMENTS
Nina Beilina, Violin
Raphael Bronstein,
Violin and Viola
Isidore Cohen, Violin
Felix Galimir, Violin
Shirley Givens, Violin
Ani Kavafian, Violin
Young Uck Kim, Violin
Sally Thomas, Violin
Hiroko Yajima, Violin
Paul Doktor, Viola and Violin
John Graham, Viola
Sol Greitzer, Viola
Kim Kashkashian, Viola
Karen Tuttle, Viola
Timothy Eddy, Violoncello
Jean Schneider Goberman,
Violoncello __
Gary Hoffman, Violoncello
Paul Tobias, Violoncello
Julius Levine, Double Bass
Homer Mensch, Double Bass
VOICE
Charles Bressler
Thomas Cuitice
Peter Elkus
Ellen Fauls
Antonia Lavanne
Dan Marek
Jan Peerce
Judith Raskin
Marion Thompson
Theodor Uppman
HARP
-Gloria Agostini
Lucile Lawrence

WOODWIND and
BRASS
Karl Kraber, Flute
Andrew Lolya, Flute
Thomas Nyfenger, Flute
John Wion, Flute
Elaine Douvas, Oboe
Albert Goltzer, Oboe
Ronald Roseman, Oboe
Gervase de Peyer, Clarinet
David Glazer, Clarinet
Peter Simenauer, Clarinet
Burt Bial, Bassoon and
Contrabassoon
Harold Goltzer, Bassoon
Leonard Hindell, Bassoon
Judith LeClair, Bassoon
Alien Won, Saxophone
Antonio lervolino, French Horn
Ranier Deintinis, French Horn
Philip Myers, French Horn
Mel Broiles, Trumpet
James Smith, Trumpet
John Ware, Trumpet
Per Brevig, Trombone
Vincent Penzerella, Trumpet
Gilbert Cohen, Trombone and
Bass Trombone
Donald Harwood, Bass Trombone
Warren Deck, Tuba
CLASSICAL GUITAR
Leonid Bolotine
Rosyln Dlugin
Eliot Fisk
Frederic Hand.
Sharon Isbin
Herbert Levine
Michael Newman
Robert Secrist

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David Loeb
Peter Pindar Stec
David Tcimpidis
Frederick Werl6
TECHNIQUES
OF MUSIC
Elizabeth Aaron
Edward Aldwell
Tully Cathey
Terry Champlin
Robert Cuckson
Douglas Diamon
Leo Edwards
David Gagne
Charles Jones
Ford Lallerstedt
Larry Laskowski
David Loeb
Mel-Mei Meng
William Needelrr
Frank Nemhause
Marie Powers
Felix Salzer
Carl Schachter
Frederick Werl6'

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