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Writer." 10 a.m. at Burns Park
Community Center (1320 Bald-
win). Free. Call 971-8638 for more-

Bars & Clubs

Annie's Dugout (665-8644) - The
Cool Flames will fire up with their
mix of blues and rock.
Ashley's (996-9191) - Sorry, no
shows till February.
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - Lot's
of ivory will be tickeled tonight, as
Mr. B., Jim Dapogny, and Early
Van Riper plays boogie, blues, and
jazz in a piano extravaganza.
The Earle (994-0211) - The Ron
Brooks Trio will set the mood
again tonight.
The Fox's Den (662-1647) -
Steven Dorar will conjure up the
'40s with his jazz and swing piano.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Whirl
around the dance floor as the Whiz
Kids play top-40.
The Heidelberg (663-7758) -
Catch Michael Hough and David
Temulevich doing some of their
latest material along with some
older folk and rock numbers.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Ann Arbor favorite Steve Nardella
and his - ta da - new band unveil
at Joe's.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Private Sector does a potpourri of
R&B, "neo-classical" reggae,
funk, jazz, even country-rock.
Second Chance (994-5350) - That
ol' black magic will have you in its
spell as top-40 band Salem Witch-
craft takes the stage.
U-Club (763-2236) - Put your
stomping shoes on - it's Dance
Night. DJ Lori Bizer will be spin-
ning the wax.
School of Music
The 39th Annual Midwestern
Conference on School Vocal and
Instrumental Music will feature a
variety of free concerts open to the
public. The concerts feature some
of the finest high school instrumen-
talists throughout the State of
Michigan. Tonight's concert will
include: the Romulus Junior High
School Band, the Western
Michigan Symphony and, The
Kalamazoo Children's Chorus, to
name a few of the talents. Ac-
tivities will continue throughout
the day in Hill Auditorium. For
more information on the concert
schedule, call764-6118. '
Union Arts Program Special Event
It's George Gershwin all night
long as pianists John Jarrett and
Randall Faber perform a two-
piano version of Rhapsody in Blue
and Joann Gustafson sings.
Tonight at 8, in the Union's Pen-
dleton Room. For more infor-
mation call 763-5900. Free.
Suds Factory .
In this, their first Friday night
ever, the Suds Factory presents
Bittersweet Alley plus specials on
drinks, hot dogs for a quarter and a
six hour-long happy hour. (717
Huron River Dr.).
University Victorian Special Event
Pauline Norton of the Clements

library staff leads all who are in-
terested in a Victorian sing along.
Texts are supplied and remember,
if you sing loud enough, you won't
have to listen to your neighbor. 8
p.m. at the William L. Clements
Library (South University at Tap-
pan). For more information call
764-6366. Free.
Professional Theater Program
Stage and screen director,
Robert Altman, will present Secret
Honor: The Last Testament of
Richard M. Nixon. The play, which
has just completed its .off-
Broadway run, centers on the for-
mer president as he reflects upon
his turbulent times in office. Philip
Baker Hall plays Nixon. Tickets
range from $6 - 12 for the 8 p.m.
showing at Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater. More ticket information
can be obtained by calling the
Professional Theater Program
Ticket Office at 764-0450.
more to follow later...
Women's Gymnastics
Michigan's women gymnasts
take on Wisconsin and Eastern
Michigan Universities tonight at 7
p.m. in Crisler Arena. Tickets are
$1. Call 763-2159 for more infor-
Co-ed Gymnastics
The gymnastics continue as
Michigan's co-ed team goes up
against Minnesota at Crisler, 7:30
p.m. Tickets are $1. Call 763-2159
for more details.
Women's Indoor Track
The University women play host
to a number of teams including
Bowling Green, Toledo University,
Hillsdale College, Macomb County
College, The University of Windsor
and the Ann Arbor Track Club. The
events start at 6:30 p.m. at the
Track and Tennis building. Ad-
mission is $1. Call 763-2159 for more
Residential College
The theme of this year's sym-
posium is "Women, Men, and
Sexual Equality." Throughout the
weekend, the Residential College
will host a series of workshops on
women's issues. Friday's
programs start at 3 p.m. and in-
clude "Women in Academia"
(room 164); at 4 p.m., "The
Feminization of Poverty" (room
164); at 7 p.m., "Women,
Significant Others, and Their
Work" .(room 126). Also of interest
will be a performance by the
Common Ground Theater group at
8:30 in the Halfway Inn. Call 764-
5655 for more information. Free.
Guild House
Professor Tom Weisskopf of the
Economics department will give a
lecture entitled "An Economic
Strategy for the Left." Weisskopf
is the co-author of Beyond the
Waste Land: A Democratic Alter-
native to Economic Decline. The
lecture will be accompanied by a
soup and sandwich luncheon. A one

dollar donation is optional. The lec-
ture/luncheon begins at noon (802
Monroe). For more information
call 662-5189. Free.
Democratic Socialists of
America/Black Student Union
Manning Marable, a Political
Sociology and African Studies
professor at Colgate University,
delivers the speech, "Black
Politics in the 1980s; Jesse Jackson
and Beyond." The speech is at 8
p.m. in the Union's Kuenzel Room.
Free. For more information call
763-3241 or 663-9069.

Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout (665-8644) - Cool
Flames get hot with blues-rock
The Blind Pig (996-8555) -
Everything you always wanted to
hear on a piano but were afraid to
ask. Mr. B. plays blues and boogie,
Jim Dapogny, jazz and Earl Van
Riper, a little orchestra music.
The Earle (994-0211)- Ron
Brooks on bass, Bob Elliot on
drums and Bill Evans on piano
make up the Ron Brooks Trio.
ThenFox's Den(662-1647) -
Steven Dorar rolls out the
keyboards to play a little jazz and
The Habitat (665-3636) - The
Whiz Kids play top-40 to get you out
on the dance floor.
The Heidelberg (663-7758) -
German music in the Wein Room,
folk-blues duet Michael Hough and
David 'Tamulevich in Mustard's
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
The Urbations (need I say more?)
cause a commotion with their heavy
duty horn section.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
-The Fabulous Checkers invite you
to check out their brand of
R&B/jazz fusion.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Contemporary and urbane
Astralight hooks up to some urban
contemporary tunes.
Second Chance (994-5350) Salem
Witchcraft casts a spell of top-40
U-Club (763-2236) - The Strays
find a new place to play their New
Club Montage (662-3934) - Come
to Ann Arbor's newest hot spot and
dance to the latest hits.
School of Music
The 39th Annual Midwestern
Conference on School Vocal and
Instrumental Music continues,
with a variety of bands and choirs
performing throughout the day.
For detailed schedule information,
call 764-6118. See Friday's listing.
Suds Factory
Still celebrating their first
weekend, the Suds Factory is ad-
mitting the first 50 ladies free of
cover. In addition, Steve King and
The Dittilies play. Doors open at 8
p.m. (717 Huron River Drive). See

Friday's listing.
Professional Theater Program
Secret Honor: The Last
Testament of Richard M. Nixon
continues at 2 and 8 p.m. at Men-
delssohn Theater. See Friday's
Men's Hockey
Western Michigan has to face
that tough hockey team of ours,
tonight at 7:30 in Yost Ice Arena.
Student admission is $2, other $3-
$4. For more ticket information
cal 764-0247.
Men's Indoor Track
- Tonight it's the Michigan Relays
in the Track and Tennis Building
(Hoover at South State). Ad-
mission is $1. The Relays RUN
from 6:30-9 p.m.
Men's Basketball
The Cagers take on Olympic
coach Bobby Knight's Fighting
Illini at 2 p.m. in Crisler arena.
Tickets are $6. Call 764-0247 for up
to date ticket information.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
The Ann Arbor Chamber Or-
chestra will hold a concert
featuring guest violin soloist Ida
Kavafian. Kavafian comes from
the Detroit area and is a frequent
performer with the Lincoln Center
Chamber Music Society. She has
been praised around the world for
her talent. Kavafian will solo in the
Chamber Orchestra's performan-
ces of Mozart's Concerto No. 4 for
violin in D and Vaughan Williams'
The Lark Ascending. Michigan
- Theater at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $6
and $10. For more information call
996-0066 or 668-8480.
Center for Continuing Education of
The first workshop of the winter
term for the Black Women in
Transition Program is "Proposal
Writing: BasicaElements and
Practical Applications," presented
by Dr. A Shiesler, the director of
the office of research and
development at Eastern Michigan
University. The workshop runs
from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the center
(corner of North University and
South Thayer, on the second floor
of the Comerica Bank Building).
The Registration fee is $5. For
more information call the Center
at either 763-1353 or 764-6555.
Women's AglowFellowship
The Fellowship, the Ann Arbor
chapter of the world-wide
organization of Born Again
Christian women -_of all
denominations, invites all to come
praise and worship with them at
their new location in the Forsythe
Intermediate School (1655 Newpot
Rd.). Also, Joyce Estepp, co-
founder of the Christian Develop-
ment Center of Ann Arbor, will be
the guest speaker. The meeting
begins at 9:30 a.m. For more in-
formation call 973-2769 or 994-4504.


tonight from 7:30 - 9 p.m. at the
Washtenaw County Gym (Hogback'
Rd. at Washtenaw Ave.). For more
information on either tonight's
training session or on the New
Games program call the Council at
761-7071 or Dr. Harbison at 994-
1794. A $1 donation is suggested.
Indoor Light Gardening Society
As a special part of their
January meeting, the society will
feature slides of conservatories
and gardens, and are inviting the
public to attend. The meeting
begins at 7:30 p.m. in the
auditorium of the Matthei

Bars & Clubs

Del Rio (761-2530) - Come listen
to local musicians jam the night
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Blues sextet Lou McBlue and the
Rythm Revue perform and enter-
tam withea Detroit blues style of
their own.
Old Town (761-9291) - Tonight
this downtown hang-out is the
scene for live, informal jazz
sessions for those who dare.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot and his jazz piano set a
mellow mood for your listening
Second Chance (994-5350) -
Halloween makes its way in
January with Salem Witchcraft, a
top-40 Detroit band to rock the
Academy of Early Music
The Academy presents a
"pickup" sing-along of Bach's
Cantata No. 4. Anyone interested is
welcome to sing or play instrumen-
ts. Rehearsal is from 4-6:30 p.m.
and the performance is at 7:45.
Those interested in playing in-
struments should call in advance.
Also, if you'd rather just listen,
you're more than welcome. The
performance and rehearsal will be
held in the Union's Kuenzel Room.
The numbers to call for
arrangements are 662-9539 or 769-
7458. Free.
Men's Wrestling
Macho University wrestlers take
on the men of Purdue this after-
noon on the mats at Crisler Arena.
$1 admission. Call 764-0247 for
more details.
Residential College
"Women, Men and Sexual
Equality" concludes today with a
series of workshops presented by
University students and faculty
and local professionals in various
East Quad locations. A talk on the
topic "Women in the Law" will be
given at 11 a.m. in room 126 (East
Quad). Not a Love Story, a film
concerning women and por-
nography, and a discussion after
the film will be held at 1 p.m. in
room 126 (EQ). A talk "Why the
Feminist Movement?" will be
given at 3 p.m. also in room 126
(EQ). The series concludes with an
open forum at the Halfway Inn
from 8:30-11:30 p.m. Call 764-5655
and 764-1640 for more information.
Ann Arbor Unitarian Fellowship
A talk will be given by Univer-
sity mathematics professor
Wilfred Kaplan on the topic
"Selma Lagerlof, Swedish

The Blind Pig (996-8555) - Ann
Arbor's own George Bedard and
Mr. B team up for rock, jazz and
hip-swinging tunes for a night of
The Earle (994-0211) - Long
time favorite Larry Mandrville
lends his piano talents for an enter-
taining evening of jazz.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Dance and swing with the ex-
cessive rock of the Rockaholics
performing both classics and
original tunes.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Come join the Buzztones with
music of Mowtown, a little funk
and definitely a lot of fun.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Solo pianist David Mayer sets the
mood for a relaxing happy hour.
Second Chance (994-5350) -
Lead singer Mike Katon and his
rock band innitiate a night of
swinging rock and classic oldies.
Eclipse Jazz
Every Monday night, the
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
sponsors an Improvisation
Workshop. David Swain, the
saxophonist forthe Urbations,
leads intermediate jazz musicians
in working on basic jazz tunes and
improving improvisation
techniques. At 7-8:30 p.m. in the
Union Assembly Hall. Only $2 a
session, Call 763-5924 for further in-
University Artists and Craf-
tsmen Guild
Registration for the Artspace
program begins today for winter
classes starting the week of
February 6. These eight-week
sessions are open to beginning and
advanced arts and crafts students.
Such forms of art that are
available include figure drawing,
ceramics, sculpture; graphic
design, enameling, and a number
of others. Brochures are available
at the Guild office or the Michigan
Union Ticket Office. For further
information call 763-4430.
Center for Continuing Education of
The Center invites women
students who are coping with
working or family at the same time
to a brown bag lunch. The lunch is
to be simply an informal gathering
running froni-noon to 1:30 p.m. at
the Center (Second floor of the
Comerica Bank Building, at the
corner of North University and
South Thayer) For 'more infor-
mation call 764-6555.
Washtenaw County ,
Dr. Stan Harbison presents a
training session in developing
leaders for the New Games. New
Games are a new approach to
dealing with both troubled and un-
troubled youths. The session is

Botanical Gardens
boro Rd.). Free. .

during the lunch hour. Angell Hall,
basement room to be announced
Noon and 12:30 p.m. Call 764-6366.
Performance Network] '
As part of its Eyemediae video
series, the Network presents "On-
ce is not Enough," a video
documentary of the fourth new
music festival at Bowling Green
State University. Following the
video, The Shiney Poopies will per-
form some live new music. 8:30
p.m. at the Performance Network
(408 W. Washington).

(1800 N. Dix-

Bars & Clubs

Bars & Clubs

The Earle (994-0211) - Sweet
solo piano with Larry Manderville.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Whiz
Kids play top-40 'til you drop.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Map of the World. You want it, you
got it.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Kathy Moore and Stephanie Ozer
bring you everything you want
from a duo.
Rick'sAmerican Cafe (996-2747)
- Fast Tracks offer jazz, rock, and
reggae tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot will entertain on piano.
Second Chance (994-5350) Top-
40 with Toledo's Shyster this
U-Club (763-2236) - New this
month - Beach party with Spank
Music Productions.
University Symphony Orchestra
The USO presents their program
"USO Goes Pop" with a variety of
performance numbers. Included
will -be everything from Rossini's
Overture to William Tell to selec-
tions from West Side Story and
more. Gustav Meier, Zuo Huang
Chen, and Yakov Kreizberg will be
conducting. 8 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium. Call 763-4726 for more
information. Free.
The Ark
As part of the Kithara classical
guitar series, the Ark presents
EMU professor Nelson Amos as he
performs works by Bach, Albeniz
and James McGuire. Tickets are
$5 and the show begins at 8 p.m. at
the Ark (1421 Hill St.). For more
information call 831-4554 or 761-
Men's Wrestling
The Wolverine wrestlers take on
the Michigan State Spartans at
7:30 tonight, Crisler Arena. Ad-
mission is $1 Call 764-0247 for more
University Victorian Semester
Second in a series of videotapes
on Victorian subjects using period
materials. Professional actors
present the subjects for all in-
terested students. Today's topic is
"The Queen as Matriarch." Each
half-hour tape is shown twice

The Earle (994-0211) - Larry
Manderville plays some
sophisticated solo piano.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Ten-piece big band from Detroit
known as the Sun Messengers
swing your way.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Jazz sextet led by Les Broom and
Bruce Dondero keep things goin'.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Kalamazoo's Segment in their
Ann Arbor debut.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-5350) -
Rock 'n roll from Jackson with
U-Club (763-2236) - Laugh your
troubles away with laugh track
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Nicholas Pennell, a leading actor
at the Stratford Festival, who was
recently seen as Prospero in The
University Players' production
The Tempest, stars in Butley.
Butley, writte.n by Simon Gray and
.directed by Walter Eysselinck,
tells the story of a professor who
spends most of his time hiding
from his students and colleagues.
The play captures the humor as
well as the sadness prevelant in
Butley's life. Performance time is
8 p.m. at the Mendelssohn Theater.
For more information, call 764-
University Hospitals
A lecture and discussion will be
given by University public health
and health behavior professor
Marshall Becker concerning the
topic "To Do or Not to Do:
Following the Doctor's Advice."
Michigan League Ballroom. 7:30
p.m. Call 764-2220 for more details.
Michigan Gay Undergrads
Anyone interested is invited to
attend the group's weekly meeting,
held at the Guild :House (802
Monroe St.) at 9 p.m. For more in-
formation call 763-4186. Free.
Canterbury Loft
A newsworthy University cam-
pus personality will be interviewed
by a panel of campus journalists in
this installment of "Campus Meet
the Press." Interview guest to be
announced. Michigan Union,
Kuenzel Room. For information
call 665-0606. Free.

University International Center
As part of its 1984 European
Travel Series, the Center presents
a brown-bag talk on itineraries,
money matters, packing and
fellow travellers. At noon in the In-
ternational Center (603 E.
Madison).For more information
call 764-9310. Free.
Department of Industrial and
Operations Engineering
Stephen C. Graves, from the
A.P. Sloan School of Management
at M.I.T., will discuss "The
Operational Analysis of a Job
Shop." Discussion begins this af-
ternoon at 4 p.m. in room 241 of the
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Bars & Clubs

Bars & Clubs

The Earle (994-0211) - Once
again, the amazing Mr. Larry
Manderville plays piano.
The Fox's Den (662-1647) - Jazz,
swing, and the incredible Stephen
Dorar on piano.
The Habitat (665-3636) - Dance
with the Whiz Kids tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
The debut of The Golden Watusi
with raunch rock from the '50s and
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Alberta Adams, sings the blues
with the Crosstown Blues Band.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Forget Jane Fonda, check out
the rockin' sound of Changing
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
The multi-talented Bart Polot
plays piano tonight.
Second Chance (994-5350) - Soar
through the sky with top-40 by
U-Club (763-2236) - A double bill
with The Stress Babies and The
Captions. Brand new rock-n-roll.
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Butley will be performed again
tonight at 8 p.m. at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater. See Wed-
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