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Bars & Clubs
Club Peoria (995-1834)-Come
dance to the newest music and
relax in the lounge decorated with
local artists' works.
The Earle (994-0211)-Live jazz
with the Ron Brooks Trio.
Features Brooks on bass, Bob
Elliott on drums, and Bill Evans on
piano.
The Fox's Den (662-1647)-It's
Stephen Dorar on jazz ans swing
piano.
The Habitat (665-3636)-Dance
to the Whiz Kids, a versatile top-40
band.
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Guitarist and singer
Marilyn Max plays everything
from Motown to country.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-George Bedard and the
Kingpins play very danceable
swing, blues, and rockabilly.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-The quite popular and quite
fun Urbations play in Rick's ex-
citing atmosphere.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Come listen to Bart Polot
play his piano.
Second Chance (994-5350)-Live
music with lots of people doing lots
of dancing. Not for the
claustrophobic. Artist to be an-
nounced.
U-Club (763-2236)-It's battle of
the bands time as local and student
groups compete for headline gigs
at the bars.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-The Falcons provide great
dance music with their blues, soul,
and Motown.
Music
University Symphony Band
H. Robert Reynolds conducts the
University Symphony Band in
their program "An Evening of
Karlheinz Stockhausen." Some of
the works being perofrmed will be
Stockhausen's "Luzifer's Tanz"
(from the opera Samstag aus
Licht) and his "Harlekin," with a
clarinet solo by Suzanne Stephens.
Stockhausen is a leading figure of
the electronic avant-garde music
and is also known as a "perfor-
mer's composer." Hill
Auditorium. 8 p.m. Free.
Pound House Benefit
A concert performance by none
other than Peter "Madcat" Ruth,
one of Ann Arbor's main cultural
assets. He performs on a variety
of instruments including guitar,
thumb piano, pennywhistle, Jew's
Harp, and other assorted noise
makers. This entertaining event
will benefit the Pound House, the
University's multicultural day-
care center. Michigan Union
Ballroom. 8 p.m. Tickets are $5.
For more information call 764-2547.

University Activities Center/
Soundstage
Don't miss the biggest event of
the entire Michigras
Festival-Battle of the Bands.
Come to the U-Club at 8 p.m. to
witness local musicians as they
compete in the semi-finals, aiming
for recognition and popularity.
Call 763-1107 for more musical in-
formation.
Theater
Professional Theater Program
Tonight PTP Michigan Ensem-
ble Theatre continues its presen-
tation of the Strindberg play Miss
Julie, a tragedy of Victorian
society. Marie Chambers is in the
title role. Curtain time is 8 p.m. in
the New Trueblood Theatre (105 S.
State). Call 764-0450 for more in-
formation.
Performance Network
Female Parts is a series of one-
woman scenes that demonstrates
the roles that they are expected to
play in society. Franca Rame, the
author of the play, is one of the
founders of the Italian labor/im-
provisational theater movement.
Robin Smith directs. Performance
Network (408 W. Washington). 8
p.m. Tickets are $6 and $5 for
students. For more info., call 663-
0681.
Dance
Impact Jazz Spring Concert
Impact Dancers take to the stage
with 17 originally choreographed
pieces that include modern as well
as jazz. The performance begins
at 8 p.m. at the Mendelssohn
Theater (Michigan League). Call
763-1107 for more information.
Etc
Guild House
Management consultant
Kathleen Dannemiller is this
week's guest at the Guild House's
regular Friday luncheons (802
Monroe). Call 662-5189 for more in-
formation. Free.
22nd Annual Ann Arbor Film
Festival
The film festival continues
tonight with a wide variety of in-
dependently produced 16 MM
flicks. Expect everything and
anything to be done on celluloid.
Entrants from the U.S., Canada,
and many foreign countries com-
pete for a $4,500 prize. Each show
is different from the previous one.
Show times are 7, 9, and 11 p.m. at
the Michigan Theater. Tickets are.
$2.50 per show, $6 per night, and
$25 for a festival pass. For more
information call 663-6494 or 663-
0795.
Ann Arbor Dickens Fellowship
Local Dickens buffs gather for a
talk by Ruth and Robert Iglehart of
Hartfield books entitled,
"Trollope: Another Side of
Dickens' England." 8 p.m. (1420
Hill St.). For more information,
call 761-8555. Free.

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Roots
rock with Steve Nardella's rock 'n'
roll Trio in an intimate at-
mosphere.
The Earle (994-0211)-Bassist
Ron Brooks, drummer Bob Elliott,
and pianist Bill Evans play as the
Ron Brooks trio.
The Fox's Den (662-
1647)-Stephen Dorar at the piano,
playing jazz and swing.
The Habitat (665-3636)-Dance
to the Whiz Kids as they play
covers of top-40 hits.
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Marilyn Max plays guitar
and sings Motown, hard rock, and
all sorts of things.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-George Bedard and the
Kingpins play some great dance
classics.
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)-The ever-popular Urbations
play frenzied dance music.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
2747)-The ever-popular Urbations
play frenzied dance music.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-It's solo piano with Bart
Polot.
U-Club (763-2236)--The Battle of
the Bands continues as local and
student bands compete for
headline gigs at local clubs.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-The Falcons play an ex-
tremely danceable mix of Chicago
blues, old rock and roll, Memphis
soul, and the best Motown.
Music
Office of Major Events
Big Country storms into Ann Ar-
bor tonight with their unique blend
of Celtic musical traditions an'
squealing guitars. The band's
debut record, The Crossing, and
the two singles "In a Big Country"
and "Fields of Fire," have made
them an instant success on both
sides of the Atlantic. Hill
Auditorium. 8 p.m. Tickets are
$11.50 and $9.50 at the Michigan
Union Ticket Office, Where House
Records, Hudson's and other CTC-
Ticket World outlets. For more in-
formation, call 763-2071.
Society for the Preservation of
Barber Shop Quartet Singing
The Society for the Preservation
and Encouragement of Barber
Shop Quartet Singing in America-
Huron Valley Chapter (Can you
say that?) will present "Happy
Times," an evening of nostalgic
tunes including some old Disney
favorites. The concert begins at 8
p.m. in the Pioneer High School
Auditorium. For a super-
califragilistic etc. time, send check
payable to Huron Valley Chapter
addressed to John Peterson, 318 E.
Henry St., Saline 48175, phone 429-
2148. $5 or $3 students and seniors
advance and at the door.

University Activities Center/
Soundstage
Tonight at 8 it's the final round
for those battling bands. See
Friday's listing.
Theater
Performance Network
The play Female Parts con-
tinues tonight at 8 p.m. See
Friday's listing.
University Activities Center
For the final night of this week-
long, student-organized festival
known as Michigras, the entire
Union will be open. There will be
casino and carnival games, poker
and euchre tournaments, free pool
and table soccer, night club enter-
tainment and much more. Union
grill will be open all night begin-
ning at 1:30 a.m. and a raffle will
also be held at this time. Come
down and join the fun! Michigan
Union. 8:30 p.m. - 1:30 a.m.
Tickets are $3. For further infor-
mation call 763-1107.
PTP Michigan Ensemble Theater
Miss Julie continues tonight at 8
p.m. See Friday's listing.
Etc
22nd Annual Ann Arbor Film
Festival
Yes, .more of the wacky and
serious, the experimental ahd the
traditional styles of independent
films will be shown tonight. See
Show Times at Friday's listing.
8th Annual University Women's
Career Fair
Panels and workshops will be
presented on women's careers
from management and social
change to communications and
computer science. Detroit News
film critic Susan Stark will give the
keynote address. Modern
Languages Building. Registration.
begins at 8 a.m. and the program is

from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Free. For
more information call 764-6290.
Ann Arobr Parks Depar-
tment/Maple Sugar Harvest
Sample yummy maple sugar and
browse through the Country Craft
Gift Shop. 12-5 p.m. at Cobblestone
Farm (2781 Packard Rd.). Ad-
mission is $1; 17 and under or
senior citizens .50t. Call 994-2928.

Sports
University Men's Swimming
The Wolverine Invitational
be at Matt Mann Pool today
tomorrow at 3 p.m. $2. Call'
0247.

Concedrt presents John Mohler,
Lynne Bartholomew, Martin Katz,
Joan Morris and more who will
perform works by Reger,
Beethoven, Turing, Rachmanicoff,
and Ives. Come at 4 p.m. to
Rackham Auditorium. Call 665-
3717. Free.

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Bars & Clubs
Del Rio (761-2530)-Come listen
to Local jazz groups every Sunday
from 5 p.m. til 9 p.m.
Halfway Inn (764-8558)--Enjoy
brunch to the acoustic sounds of
local artists as they perform
classical everything from rock to
folk.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Local and visiting poets
and story-tellers are invited to tell
their stories in front of an audien-
ce. Everyone is welcome to "Open
Mouth Poetics."
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Neil Woodward,- blues
singer and guitarist, adds to the
convivial atmosphere.
Old Town (761-9291) -Local
musicians invade Old Town tonight
with original jazz and folk.
Roundhouse ,Saloon (769-
0592)-In the lounge of the Gandy
Dancer, enjoy the sounds of solo
pianist, Bart Polot.
Music
University Musical Society
The University Faculty Artists

Etc
22nd Annual Ann Arbor Film
Festival
Last night for the festival of
celluloid for independent,
producers. Winners picked
tonight. See Friday's listing.
University Conference on the
Holocaust
History professor henry
Feingold from City College of New
York, will give a lecture on the
Holocaust. "How Unique was the
Holocaust" will be given in
Rackham Amphitheater. 663-3336.
Free.
Women's International League for
Peace and Freedom Benefit
Women Telling Tales and
Poems: A Celebration of Enter-
national Women's Day" is the title
of a relaxing evening at the Quaker
House. The night will include
poetry and stories told by poet
Lynn Crawford, storyteller
Christine Jenkins, and performan-
ce artist Stephanie Ozer. Come at
8 p.m. (1416 Hill St.). $2. 761-7435.
Washtenaw County Historical
Society
"Picture Preservation is the title
of a talk by local photographer,
Sam Breck. Come to the Americal
Legion Hall (1035 N. Main) at 2:30
p.m. 663-8826. Free.

staged reading along with a new
translation of Alexander Pushkin's
Mozart and Salieri by University
alumnus Alan Shore. After the
readings there will be an audience
discussion with authors, directors,
and actors. The double-bill begins
at 7 p.m. at the Perofrmance Net-
work (408 W. Washington). Two
readings for two dollars, call 663-
0681 for more information.
Sports
The Wolverine Invitational con-
tinues today at 3 p.m.,See Sunday.
Etc
Ann Arbor Cage Bird Club Monthly
Meeting
"Starting an Aviary" is the topic
of a slide show discussion led by
local expert Steve Hughes tonight.
Includes raffle and refreshments
and all are invited to bring your
flying pets. 7:30 p.m. at the Burns
Park Senior Citizens Center (1320
Baldwin). Call769-0245. Free.
SYDA Foundation
"Love Without Fear," an in-
troductory lecture and practice on
Siddha meditation by University
psychology instructor Ann Wright.
8 p.m. (1522 Hill Street). Call 994-
5625. Free. SGMKJ.
Guild House
Readings by Lemuel Johnson
and Laynie Deutsch. 8 p.m. (802
Monroe). Call 662-5189. Free.

Evita: Tickets on sale Monday for the show April 26-27 at the Michigaf1The

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Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-
8555)-George Bedard and Mr. B.
play exciting jazz, boogie-blues
and R&B classics.
The Earle (994-0211)-Solo piano
with Larry Manderville.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-King Kong and the X-Cons
play everything from ska and
reggae to Cajun and calypso.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-All-around band Private
Sector plays tonight.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-The Buzztones cover classic
Motown and soul, and also some
electrifying new tunes.
Roundhouse Saloon (994-
5350)-David Mayer at the piano.
Second Chance (994-5350)-Live
music and dancing with fewer
people than on the weekend (it's a
school night, after all).
U-Club (763-2236)-This is the.
night for a reggae dance party with
WEMU/WCBN DJ, Tom Simonian.
Theater
Performance Network
The first act of Anne Bobroff's,
The Matchmaker of Yaroslavl, a
play about Yugoslavian peasants
living shortly before the
Revolution of 1917, will be given a

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211)-Live Jazz
fills the air, with the sound of solo
pianist Larry Manderville.
The Habitat (665-3636)-In the
lounge of the Weber's Inn, top-40s
band, the Whiz Kids play boppin'
music.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Ann Arbor's most popular
and potent street rocker, The Cult
Heroes, play their music, led by
vocalist Hiawatha Bailey.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Vocalist Kathy Moore and
Pianist Stephanie Ozer perform
everything from Motown and blues
to pop and originals.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Fast Tracks delivers an
original blend of reggae, blues,
jazz and rock, along with some
originals.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-In the lounge of the Gandy
Dancer Bart Polot, solo pianist,
does his stuff.
Second Chance (994-5350)-The
not-so-new rock star T-Bone Bur-
nett shows Ann Arbor his ruch
nuanced vocal style. The Sardonic
wit of his lyrics makes this former
member of Bob Dylan's Rolling
Thunder Revue Tour fun to hear.
See Tuesday Music.
U-Club (763-2236)-Come bop at
the Beach Party to contemporary
R & B records.
music
University Symphony Orchestra
Don't miss hearing Carl St. Clair
as he conducts Strauss's Ein
Heldenleben and other works.
Come at 8 p.m. to Hill Auditorium.
Call 763-4726. Free.
T-Bone Burnett: Prism Productions
Although his name maybe new to

you, the seven-foot Texas
singer/songwriter T-Bone Burnett
was already a rock n' roll veteran
when he toured with Bob Dylan on
the Rolling Thunder Revue tour in
1975-1976. In addition, he made
three creditable lp's with the often
disregarded Alpha Band before
treking out on a solo career two
years ago. Stylistically, he com-
bines the voices of Buddy Holly,
John Lennon, Roger McGuinn, and
Mr. Dylan, himself. As a special
bonus, Dick Siegel, who is making
his first stage appearance since
disbanding his Ministers of Melody
more than a year ago, will open
with a solo performance. 9:30
p.m., Second Chance. Tickets
$8.50.
University Symphony Orchestra
Strauss Din Heldenleben and
other works are conducted by Carl
St. Clair tonight. Portends to be a
sumptous treat. 8 p.m. Hill
Auditorium. For further infor-
mation call 763-4726. Free.
Michigan Union Arts Programs
Carolyn Balducci reads from
works in progress. 12:15 p.m.,
Michigan Union Pendleton Room.
Call 763-5900 for more information.
Free.
Etc
Michigan Union Arts Programs
In the Poetry Series, Carolyn
Balducci reads from works in
progress. 12:15 in the Union Pen-
dleton Room. Call 763-5900. Free.
University English Department
Regular reviewer for the New
York Times Book Review,
disguising as a mild mannered
English professor at the University
of Houston, Peter Stitt, will give a
lecture entitled "Imagism Gone
Baroque." Come at 4 p.m. to
Rackham West Conference Room.
Call 764-5272. Free.
University East-West Relations in
an Era of Nuclear Confrontation
Lecture Series
This week's lecture is titled
"American Perceptions and Soviet
REalities," and will be given by
Stanford University professor Alex
Dallin. 8 p.m. at the Law School,
room 100. Call 764-0351. Free.
University Conference on the
Holocaust
Author and founding president of
Brandeis University, Abram
Sacher, will give a lecture "The

Redemption of the Unwanted:
From the Liberation of the Death
Camps to the Founding of Israel."
Come to Rackham Amphitheater
at 7:30 p.m. Call663-3336. Free.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211)-Listen to
Larry Manderville at the piano.
The Habitat (665-3636)-Dance
to The Whiz Kids top-40 sounds.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132)-Al
Hill's Blues Bashers, a new quar-
tet, makes it in tonight.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Roomful of Blues, from
Providence, Rhode Island, are
here to play their swinging R&B.
Roundhouse "Saloon (769-
0592)-It's Bart Polot alone at the
piano.
Second Chance (994-
5350)--Dance to an artist whose
name has yet to be announced.
U-Club (763-2236)-Lighten up
your mood with Laugh Track, an
open stage with aspiring young
comedians.
Music
The Ark
Taj Mahal, the son of a noted
jazz arranger/pianist and a gospel
teacher/singer, specializes in
"keeping the music alive." More
than just a student of black music,
he has striven throughout his
career to achieve a freshness in in-
terpretation. Taj is capable of
crystalizing the essence of his
music, whether it is country blues,
gospel, or Jamacan reggae. 7:30 &
9:30 p.m., The Ark (1421 Hill St.).
Tickets $8.50. For more infor-
mation call 761-1451.
Theater
Ann Arbor Civic Theater
Ala Faik directs The Dinners,
James Leonard's morose yet
humorous drama about life in a
Depression-era rural community
in India. Leonard's first play, The
Diviners, won the Best Play prize
at the 1980 American College
Theater Festival. The story cen-
ters around the relationship bet-
ween a retarded boy with special

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