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Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Check
out The Fabulous Checkers, jazz
and R&B tunes.
Club Peoria (995-1834)-Come
dance to the newest music and
relax in the lounge decorated with
local artists' works.
The Earle (994-0211)-Ron
Brookes Trio play some jazz
The Fox's Den (662-
1647)-Listen to Stephen Dorar as
he plays some jazzy piano pieces.
The Habitat (665-3636)-Whiz
Kids whip up some top-40 hits.
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Vertually every kind of
music by Marilyn Max,
singer/guitarist, to dance to.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Swing to thesounds of
Blue Front Pretenders, old style
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Get down the Matt
"Guitar" Murphy.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Bart Polot will be at the
keys tonight for your listening en-
Second Chance (994-
5350)-There's no "Chance"-ing it
with live top-40's music.
U-Club (763-2236)-50's and 60's
rock tunes with Waltusis.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Private Sector put up some
R&B-reggae music to liven up the
Rick's American Cafe
Matt "Guitar" Murphy brings
his hard-driving blues and R&B to
Ann Arbor tonight. Matt is well
known from his days in The Blues
Brothers which is just the tip of the
iceburg. He also has played with
the late Muddy Waters and Sonny
Boy Williamson. 9:30 p.m. at
Rick's American Cafe (611 Chur-
ch). Tickets are $4. Call 996-2747
for further details.
University Campus Band
Robert Ponto will direct perfor-
mances of G ershwin and Bennett's
Porgy and Bess, Jacob's William
Byrd Suite, Kenny's Coat of Arms,
and Reed's Punchinello tonight. 8
p.m. at Hill Auditorium. Call 763-
4726 for more information. Free.
Rudolf Steiner School Benefit
Laszlo and Helen Slomovitz per-
form folk music for young and old
tonight. Laszlo, one half of the
acoustic duo Gemini, plays guitar,
mandolin and violin and his wife
Helen plays flute. 8 p.m. at the
Rudolf Steiner School (10200 Car-
penter Road). Tickets are $2 for
the young and $7 for the old. Call
439-0111 for more details.
University Contemporary Direc-
tions Ensemble
Elliot Carter will speak tonight
and tomorrow night at a festival
held in his honor. Carter is a com-
poser in the modernist tradition
who is known as the father of


Dance Department: M.F.A. Thesis Concert this weekend

"tempo modulation." These
pieces are rich in their subtle shifts
of tempo. Carl St. Clair will con-
duct Woodwind Quintet, Fantasy
on Purcell's Fantasia Upon One
Note, four of Carter's Eight Pieces
for Four Tympani, and Night Fan-
tasies, with piano soloist Robert
Conway also appearing. 8 p.m. at
Rackham Auditorium. Call 763-
4726 for further information. Free.
Michigan Union Ballroom
Ann Arbor's own George Kirmiz
plays his blend of Arab and
modern music tonight. Kirmiz
plays guitar, 'oud and sings. He is
accompanied by a quintet playing
mostly Arabic instruments. 8 p.m.
at the Michigan Union Ballroom.
Tickets are $4. Call 482-3544 for
more information.
Comic Opera Guild
To celebrate its 10th anniver-
sary, the Guild is representing The
Merry Widow, a production they
put on last in 1977. It is a first for
the Guild in that they have never
before revived any of their earlier
productions. The Merry Widow is
directed by Tom Petiet and
features a cast of 50. The show
begins at 8 p.m. at the Michigan
Theater and tickets are $7. For
more ticket information call 668-
The Brecht Company
St. Joan of the Stockyards will be
presented through Saturday night
with Bob Brown directing.
Original music by University com-
position grad student Geoffrey
Stanton will be performed by a
small orchestra. 8 p.m. at the
Residential College Auditorium,
East Quad. Tickets are $5. Call
764-7390 for more information.

University Dance Department
Choreographer Barbara Djules
Boothe will present After Hours set
to the music of Duke Ellington, and
In the Midst which is set to the
music of Leos Janacek.
Choreographer Charles Gullo will
present Transformation which
features modern and jazz dance
styles. 8 p.m. in Studio A of the
Dance Building (1310 N. University
Court). Donation suggested. Call
763-5460 for more information.
Performance Network
Whitley Setrakian choreographs
this debut of the local modern dan-
ce company People Dancing. The
performance will also feature
guest artists Loi Kail and Susan
Creitz. 8 p.m. at the Performance
Network (408 W. Washington).
Tickets are $5, $4 for students. Call
663-0681 for more details.
Women's Tennis
The Wolverines serve it up
against Duke University tonight. 5
p.m. at the Track & Tennis
Building. Admission is $1. Call
763-2159 for more information.
University Museum of Art.
Take a breather from your busy
day and attend the "Art Break" at
12:10. Ginny Castor will speak on
the influence of Whistler at the
University's Museum of Art.,
Astrofest 133
Jim Loudon will lecture tonight
on "The Incredible, Marginal,
Dangerously Visible, Terminal
Annular Eclipse." This will be
proceeded by two films, The Active
Sun and The Quiet Sun. This will

all help you to view a solar eclipse
occuring later this year in a
narrow path running from Mexico
to Maryland. Bring your maps and
dark sunglasses. 7:30 p.m. at MLB
Auditorium 3. Call 994-3966 for
more details. Free.
University School of Natural
Resources; Laird, Norton
Distinguished Visitor Series
U.S. Department of Agriculture
assistant secretary John Crowell
will lecture tonight on "Public
Land Management: National
Policies and Priorities." 3 p.m. in
Room 1040, Dana Building (430 E.
University). Call 763-3465 for more
information. Free.
Guild House
The program for today's noon
luncheon is to be announced. Lun-
ch is optional at $1, which includes
home-made soup and sandwich.
Noon at the Guild House (802
Monroe). Call 662-5189 for more in-
formation. Free.
University Latin America
Narrative Lecture Series
The subject of tonight's lecture
will be "Hispanism in America:
Problems and Prospects." Com-
parative literature professor John
Beverly of Pittsburgh University
will speak at 4 p.m. in the
Rackham East Conference Room.
Call 764-5344 for further infor-
mation. Free.

The Earle (994-0211)-Bassist
Ron Brooks headlines the Ron
Brooks Trio.
The Fox's Den (662-1647)-Jazz
& Swing piano from Stephen
The Habitat (665-3636)-The
Whiz Kids reel out top-40 dan-
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Marilyn Max-versatile
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Get convinced by the Blue
Front Persuadlers.
Pizzeria Uno's (769-1744)-Off.
the Street, a piano and percussion
duo brings smooth jazz your way
all night long.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Blues Brother Matt
"Guitar" Murphy. See Saturday
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-The amazing Bart Polot
alone at the keyboard.
U-Club (763-2236)-The
__Watusis. The
name of Don Mulholland's band is
of a changeable nature.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-The Union Lake All-Stars
led by Neil Woodward.
Contemporary Directions Ensem-
The Elliot Carter Festival con-
tinues with the last four of the
Eight Pieces for Four Timpani;
Sonata for Flute, Oboe, Cello, and
Harpsichord; Pastoral for Viola
and Piano; and Syringa featuring
Stephen Morscheck bass and Julia
Pedigo Mezzo soprano. 8 p.m.
Rackham Auditorium. Free.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
Chava Alberstein, the leading
lady of Israeli song, gives a per-
formance of various works from a
range of Israeli composers. Alber-
stein, six-time winner of the
"Kinor David" prize for Singer of
the Year, begins her 1984
American tour with this perfor-
mance at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater in the Michigan League.
Tickets are $13.50 (students $7.50).
Call 663-3336 for more information.
The Brecht Company
St. Joan of the Stockyards con-
tinues. See Friday's listing for
more information.
Comic Opera Guild
Production continues as the
Guild presents The Merry Widow
at 8 p.m. See Friday's listing.
Performance Network
See Friday. 8 p.m., Performan-
ce Network (408 W. Washington).
$5 (students $4). Call 663-0681 for
more information.
Dance Department
M.F.A. Thesis concert continues
at 8 p.m., Studio A, Dance Bldg.
(1310 N. University Court).
Donation requested. See Friday's
Men's Basketball
The Wolverines take on the Min-

nesota men, 4 p.m. at Crisler
Arena. $6. Call 764-0247 for more
Women's Tennis
This afternoon, the women's
tennis team takes on Indians. 1
p.m. at the Track and Tennis
Building. Admission is $1.
Friends of Matthaei Botanical
Pick up all those extra late or ex-
tra early Christmas gifts for all
your gardening friends at this
month's lobby sale. Featured
items include books, gardening
utensils, and of course plants. 10
a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Matthaie
Botanical Gardens (1800 N. Dix-
boro Rd.). For more information
call 764-1168. Free.
University of Michigan
Want to learn more about how to
control your own education? Go to
the free University workshop on
"Student Empowerment," today, 2
p.m., at the Michigan Union, Pond
Room, First Floor.
Heidelberg Restaurant
Fasching celebration, German
festival season which extends from
11:11 p.m. on November 11 to Ash
Wednesday begins tonight. In-
cludes skits,cclowns, prizes,
costumes, dancing to a live Ger-
man band, and of course consum-
ption of large amounts of German
Beer. 9 p.m. Heidelberg
Restaurant (215 N. Main). There's
no cover but reservations are
suggested. Call663-7758.

to originals and songs of other con-"
temporary composers. 7 p.m. The
Ark (1421 Hill St.). $3 donation.
Call 665-8202, 663=2209, or 769-7053
for further information.
University Musical Society
Violinist Peter Zazofsky will.
provide an afternoon of superb
classical fiddling in Rackham
Auditorium at 4 p.m. A native of
Boston, Zazofsky has been ac-
claimed as one of the top talents in
his generation of violinists. For
tickets go to Burton Tower or call
The Brecht Company
St. Joan of the Stockyards con-
tinues. See Friday. 2 p.m.
Performance Network
People Dancing continues. See
Jewish Cultural School Adult
Social Work Professor Charles
Garvin will give a talk on the
"Jewish Welfare Movement in the
United States." 10 a.m. Hillel,
(1429 Hill St.). Free.
Friends of . Matthaei Botanical
Lobby Sale 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Free. See Saturday.
Open Mouth Poetics.
Entertaining readings of works
from local and visiting poets and
short story writers in a casual and
eclectic environment. 2 - 5 p.m.
Joe's Star Lounge (109 N. Main).
Free. Call 662-8370 or 665-JOES for
more information.
Michigan Museum of Photography
Sunday, March 4 is the.sixth an-
nual camera show and sale. Come
and see the latest photographic
equipment and techniques. Hours
for the show are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
the Holiday Inn West (2900 Jackson
Rd.). Admission is $3 for adults
and $2 for students and senior
citizens. For more information
call 884-2242.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211)-Larry
Manderville pounds the ivories.
The Habitat (665-3636)-The
fluid sounds of top-40 with The
Joe's - Star Lounge (665-
J,OES)-Catch the "juvenile soun-
ds" of Disband.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-The new R&B band Al Hill's
Blues Bashers play it up tonight.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Bart Polot takes over the
piano at the Gancy Dancer.
U-Club (763-2236)-Join the
Beach Party while dancing to fine
R&B records.
Brass Ring Productions
Ozzy Osbourne has a new record
out so Ozzy is touring so he can
make more money. Ozzy, a recent
graduate of the Edwin Newman
School of Stage Presence,
promises to put on a concert of sor-
ts. Rumor has it that this year's
tour shirts are really kick-ass, so
put your leather on, tell mom that
you'll flush Tweetie down the toilet
if she won't give you the car and go
see this spectacle. And wow
man-Motley Crue is warming up
for Ozzy-too freaking much man.
7:30 p.m. at Joe Louis Arena.
Tickets are $12.50. Call 567-6000 for
more details.
American Association of Univer-
sity Woman
A reception for senior and
graduate women- will be held in
Rackham Assembly Hall. Vivian
Shapiro will speak on 'The Dual
Role of Women" and refreshments
will follow. The talk begins at 2:30
Ann Arbor Film Festival
Today is the first day in the 22nd
annual Ann Arbor Film Festival.
Festival officials have screened
out between 25 and 30 hours of film
from the over 250 hours that were
entered. The festival has a
national reputation and has attrac-
ted in the past such memorable
contributors as Andy Warhol, Pat
Olesko and Commander Cody and
the Lost Planet Airmen. Total
prize monies for the festival ex-
ceed $500. Each evening's shows
are different, but according to
festival officials, of equal quality.
Shows tonight are at 7, 9 and 11
p.m. For more information call
either 663-0795 or 663-6494.
University Museum of Art
Professor Reginald Malcomson
discusses his drawings that are
currently on exhibit. The talk
begins at 3 p.m. at the museum
(Alumni Memorial Hall). For
more information call 764-0395.


The Habitat (665-3636)-Another
sizzling performance from the
Whiz Kids, playing top-40 dance
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Ann Arbor favorite
Aluminum Beach skas you all
night long.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132)-Al
Hill's BluesBashers. Pianist Hill
leads three members of the Bar-
flys band.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-The Boston band New Moon
Man returns to Rick's after two
notable performances there this
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Enjoy the singing piano of
Bart Polot.
U-Club (763-2236)-Once again
Laugh Track opens the stage to
those trying to be more than mere
class clowns, and occasional out of
town guests that have already
foregone that statis.
Ann Arbor Film Festival
The 22nd Annual Ann Arbor Film
Festival continues today. See
Tuesday's listing for more infor-
mation. Show times tonight are 7,
9 and11 p.m.
University Activities Center
Today is the first day of the
University's annual Michigras, a.
festival devoted to laughing and
eating as a diversion from the
horrible weather that we are now
experiencing. Each day of the
festival features several unique
and interesting exhibitions, events,
and contests. The festival in full
runs from today through Saturday.
Today's activities are: A student
comedy contest, "Comedy
Cavalcade" at the U-Club ad-
mission is $1.99 and the laughs
start at 9 p.m.

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Bars & Clubs
Del Rio (761-2530)-Local jazz
groups provide pleasant
background tunes.
Halfway Inn (764-8558)-Enjoy
brunch to the acoustic sounds of
local artists as they perform
classical everything from
folk to folk.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-1
JOES)-Dance to everything-from
rock to reggae when King Kong
and the X-cons and the Evadors
play for Joe's Community Films
Mr, Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Danceable. R&B, reggae,
funk, jazz and some country/rock+
by Private Sector.
Old Town (761-9291)-Local
musicians invade Old Town tonight
with original jazz and folk.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Sway to piano melodies of
Bart Polot.
Second Chance (994-5350)-Top-
40 tunes give you a "Chance" to
dance away the end of your
Music at St. Andrews
Works of Torelli, Bach, Vivaldi,
Vierne, Cellier, and Purcell are
performed by Ann Arbor organist
Arthur Vidrich and Oberlin College
trumpeter Byron Pearson. 4:30
p.m. St. Andrews Church (306 N.
Division). Free. Call 663-0518 for
more information.
Homegrown Women's Music
Duos of Laurel Emrys and Amy
Rose, and Lisa Wolf and Karen
Pernick, and soloist Lizette
Chevalier perform a variety of
works from traditinal and jazz folk

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-
8555)-George Bedard and Mr. B
mix up R&B and jazz classics with
a few of their originals.
The Earle (994-0211)-Jazz artist
Larry Manderville flies solo with
his sweet sounding piano.
The Habitat (665-
3636)-Brighten up your happy
hour with solo pianist Art Stephan.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Rock and roll with Detroit's
Something American.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-David Mayers plays his
fantastic piano.
U-Club, (763-2236)-Eclipse Jazz
Jam Session continues to live up to
its name.
University Musical Society
Enjoy the lyrical movement of
classical ballet as the Oakland
Ballet performs three different
programs each respective night.
Power Center at 8 p.m. Tickets at
Burton Tower or call 665-3717.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211)-Solo piano
by Larry Manderville.
The Habitat (665-3636)-Art
Stephan alone with the ivories.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Lamont Zodiac leads the
Buzztones through Motown and
soul masterworks.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-j
2132)-Cookin' sizzles with R&B
and rock.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Changing Bodies plays
reggae-tinged mod madness.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Bart Polot solos on piano.
U-Club (763-2236)-Duck! It's
the Battle of the Bands. See
Thursday, Etc.
University Musical Society
Lorin Maazel conducts the Or-,
chestre National de France tonight
at Hill Auditorium. Maazel's tour,
concert, television, and recording
engagements make him a world
class artist of extraordinary
reputation. See how he stacks up
against "Lennie" Bernstein.
Tickets at Burton Tower or phone
University Women's Basketball
Cheer the team as Coach Gloria
Soluk leads our women's basket-

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The Blind Pig (996-855) -Jazz-
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Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211)-Larry
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