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Co-op will be covered. New mem-
bers are urged to learn more from
8:30-10 a.m., at People's Food Co-
op (212 N. Fourth Ave.). Call 994-
9174. Free.


Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout (665-8644) -
Rock 'n Roll to top-40 tunes with
The Blind Pig (996-8555) -
Classic American barroom piano
sounds are no less than Piano
Madness II.
Club Peoria (995-1834) - Come
dance to the newest music and
relax in the lounge decorated with
local artists' works.
The Earle (994-0211) - The Ron
Brooks Trio featuring "Bassist ex-
traordinare" Brooks.
The Fox's Den (662-1647) - The
Jazz of Stephen Dorar is unleashed
The Habitat (665-3636) - The
Whiz Kids flow with top-40 rock.
The Heidelberg (663-7758) - The
versatile Marilyn Max sings
everything from "hard rock" to
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Ann Arbor's own '50s rockers, The
Steve Nardella's rock 'n' roll trio.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Newt and the Salamanders
crawl on stage with old-style R&B
and some Frank Zappa covers.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot strokes his piano
U-Club (763-2236) - The Univer-
sity's own Astralight grinds out
contemporary funk covers.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Chicago Pete and the Detroiters of-
fer jazz with a big band style.
University of Michigan Chamber
On the choir's slate tonight are
J.S. Back's Cantata no. 40,
Brahm's O heiland reiss die Him-
mel Auf, Debussey's Trois Chan-
sons, Schumann's Carols of Death,
and Dallapiccola's Il Coro de
Ma lm aritate. Rackham
Auditorium, 8 p.m. Call 763-4726 for
details. Free.
The Ark
Tony Bird, a white expatriate
singer from South America, sings
love, blues, Africa, and protest
songs at the Ark. Call 761-1451 for
more details.
University Musical Society
Jury's Irish Cabaret - for a real
St. Patrick's Day celebration
(possibly even more real than
Dooley's) go to Hill Auditorium for
this extravaganza of Irish singing,
music, dancing and humor. Call
665-3717 for details.
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Miss Julie, a three-person drama
by August Strindburg about a
Count's daughter and the con-
sequences of her indiscretion with
her father's valet is tonight's of-
fering at the New Trueblood
Theater. Ticket are available at
the Michigan League for $10, call
764-0450 for more information.

Ann Arbor Civic
Theater/Washtenaw Council for
the Arts
James Leonard's The Diviners,
a bittersweet drama documenting
life in a depression era town in In-
diana won best play in the 1980
American College Theater
Festival. Now director Ala Faik
brings it to the University in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater. Tickets are
$7, call 662-7282 for more infor-
Performance Network
Robin Smith directs Franca
Rame's play Female Parts, one-
woman scenes, which detail the
parts women are expected to play
in society. Rame is the founder of
the Italian improvisational/labor
theater movement. Performace is
at 8 p.m. For further information,
call 663-0681.
Washtenaw Community College
William Devereux directs Har-
vey, Mary Chase's comedy about
a man who travels around with a
six foot rabbit named Harvey. It's
at the Washtenaw Community
College Theatre in the Liberal Arts
and Science charge. For extra in-
formation call 973-3625.
Black Sheep Theater
The group begins it's 1984 season
with it's presentation of Ira Levin's
comedy-thriller, Deathtrap.
Coralie Perkins directs herself,
Todd Wurster, Martin Contreras,
Marina Seeman, and Mark Ber-
nstein in the story of an aging
playwright who turns to murder on
upon discovering that he is loosing
his touch. 8:15 p.m. at the Black
Sheep Theatre (138 E. Main, Man-
chester.) $6 ($5 for students). Call
428-7000 for more information.
University Gymnasts
University Gymnastics vs.
Western Michigan. 7 p.m. (Univer-
sity Coliseum) $1. For more infor-
mation, call 763-2159.
Yeats Poetry Reading
In the spirit of St. Patrick's Day
the works of Irish poet William
Butler Yeats will be read by Bert
Hornback, a University English
professor. Irish music and
refreshments will top off the night.
8 p.m., Canterbury Lofe (332 S.
State). Call 665-0606 for infor-
mation. Free.
Guild House
Today's noon luncheon will
feature Kathy Modigliani, coor-
dinator of the North Campus Home
Child Care Project. Her talk will be
from noon to 1 p.m. (802 Monroe). -
There is an -optional lunch (soup
and sandwich) for $1. For more in-
formation call 662-5189. Free.
Washtenaw County Coordinating
Council for Children at Risk
Today's Brown Bag Luncheon
Speaker Series offers a talk by
University psychiatry professor
Elinor Rosenberg. The topic is
"Remarried Familes," Noon-2
p.m.; County Service Center (413
Washtenaw Ave. entrance on
Hogback). Call 761-7071 for further
information. Free.

First Unitarian Church
Come to "Expressions." The
topics will be; "How do I feel about
celibacy?" and "Do* my intimate
relationships interfere with my
friendships?" 8 p.m. First
Unitarian Church (1917
Washtenaw Ave.) $3.50. For more
information, call 665-7041.

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - See
University music professor Bill
Bolcom, Mr. B Braun and Joe
Duskin relive the past with
barroom piano music.
The Earle (994-0211) - The Ron
Brooks trio with fabulous Bob
Elliot on drums.
The Fox's Den (662-1647) - Perk
up your evening with the jazz
sounds of Stephen Dorar.
The Habitat (665-3636) - The
Whiz Kids stream onto the stage
with their original brand of top-40.
The Heidelberg (663-7758) -
Marilyn Max mixes up Motown,
soul and original tunes.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Get to the rock 'n roll roots with
Steve Nardella's Rock 'n roll trio.
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)
- Newt and the Salamanders per-
form bizarre musical numbers
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot and his piano.
U-Club (763-2236) - the smooth
sounds of Dewy Redmond.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Chicago Pete and the Detroiters
use their seven man band to per-
form R&B/blues tunes.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra's-
final concert of the season will
feature a rendition of Mozart's
Concerto for Two Pianos, the over-
ture to Rossini's La Scala di seta,
Hodkinson's Valence, and Haydn's
Symphony No. 80 in D minor. $6-10,
8:30 p.m., Michigan Theatre. Call
either 996-0066 or 668-8480 for
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
The Eclipse Jazz series the
Dewey Redman Quartet. Red-
man's musical talent as a com-
poser and musican will be realed in
this free-form jazz performance.
Also, don't miss Redman's free
workshop at 4 p.m. in Trotter
House (1443 Washtenaw Ave.) 9
p.m., Michigan Union's U-Club.
For more information call 763-6922.
The Ark
Tony Bird at the Ark. See
Friday's listing.
Washtenaw Community College
Harvey continues. See Friday's

Young People's
Theater/Washtenaw Council
For the Arts'
Out of the mouths of babes
comes this original play, When it
All Began, written for a cast in
grades 7-12. Jim Moran directs the
young people in this drama, set in
the court of Queen Mary of
England. The story centers around
a party thrown by soon-to-be-
Queen Elizabeth, that a variety of
interesting historical characters
attend. 2 p.m. at Performance
Network (408 Washington). Call
996-3888 or 663-0681 for further in-
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
The Diviners, a poignantly funny
drama about Depression era living
in rural Indiana, will be performed
tonight. James Leonard's play,
winner for best play at the 1980
American College Theater
Festival, is directed by Ala Faik.
Shows are at 2 and 8 p.m., Men-
delssohn Theater, Michigan
League. For further information
call 662-7282.
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Miss Julie continues. See
Friday's listing.
Ann Arbor Civic Theater
The Diviners continues. See
Friday's listing.
Performance Network
Performance Network presents,
Female Parts. See Friday's
Black Sheep Theatre
Death Trap continues. See
Friday's listing.
Cobblestone Country Dancers
Contra, Quadrille, and Square
dances are taught. Beginners in-
vited. 8 p.m.-midnight, Webster
Community Hall (across from
Webster Church). $2.50. Call 662-
9325 for more details.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
The Performance Network will
hold it's monthly open admissions
for people interested in assuming
roles in ongoing stage, film, and
video productions. Performers
should come prepared with an
audition. Directors from other
groups are encouraged to come
help fill their casting needs.
Currently, actors are needed for
Prodigals and One Flew Over the
Cuckoo's Nest. 7 p.m. at the Per-
formance Network (408 W.
Washington). Free. For more in-
formation call 663-0681.
Full Moon Meditation Ceremony
Stanley Zurawski will guide
those who need help in
"establishing contact with our
Higher Self" in a drive towards
Universal Consciousness. All are
welcome. 8 p.m., Friends Meeting
House (1420 Hill). Call 434-7445 for
details. Free.
American Retail Promotions
The 6th annual 50% Off Ex-
travaganza features area mer-
chants and wholesalers with
discounted wares from clothing to
stereo and musical equipment. 10
a.m.-8 p.m., University Track and
Tennis Bldg. (S. State at Hoover).

Call either 483-5355 or 461-9463 for
details. Free.
Kitchen Port Cooking
Today's presentation will be "A
Jewish Seder." 11 a.m.-noon, Kit-
chen Port (Kerrytown). Call 665-
9188 for details. Free.
Project Grow
The workshop will demostrate
how to start seeds indoors and in
cold frames. Tips on proper light,
temperature,- and soil mix
available. 10 a.m. to noon (926
Mary Street). Call 996-3169 for
details. Free.
Ann Arbor Bicycle Coordinating
Michigan's largest annual indoor
bike event, Bike Expo '84, will
present goods by bike shops, clubs,
equipment manufacturers and the
government even. Highlights in-
clude a local frame builder,
anitque bike exhibit, films, a swap
shop and more. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.,
Community High School. $1 or $.50
for those 9-12, and children are
free. Call 994-2814 for information.
Ann Arbor Recreation Department
"Explore Your City Series" -
everything you'd ever want to
know about water treatment will
be covered by Ann Arbor Public
Schools environmental education
consultant Bill Browning in a
program called, of course, "Water
Treatment." 10 a.m.-noon, meet at
Slauson School parking lot (1019 W.
Washington), for bus trips to the
plant. $6. Call 994-2326 for infor-
Ann Arbor Track Club
The "Enjoy Life More Often
Spring Tune-Up Running Series" is
here with Elmo's Three Miler Fun
Race. Runners or brisk walkers,
no matter how skilled, are
welcome to jog three laps around
Huron High's one mile track. The
event will be cancelled if it snows
or rains. Refreshments and mer-
chandise drawings offered. 10
a.m., Huron High School, call 769-
3888 for details. Free.
Ann Arbor Hands On Museum
"Sand, sand, sand!" is the
program. Bess Manchester
presents the study of sand from its
colors to its magnetic power. This
workship is for children aged 5-7,
who will also get to build their own
sand clocks and sand pendulum.
Hands On Museum 10 a.m.-noon
(219 E. Huron entrance on N. Fifth
Ave.). $8. Pre-registration
required. Call 995-5439 for details.
Community Skills Exchange
Workshop is a series given by
Synergy members. Programs in-
clude topics from yoga and
meditation to resume writing, in-
come tax tips and computer
programming. Other important
subjects are home maintenance
and repair and self defense for
women. Attend one of three
workshops held at each 2 hour
session. 9 & 11:15 a.m., 2:15 & 4:30
p.m. at Synergy (410 W.
Washington). Call 662-6304 for
Fourth Avenue People's Food Coop
It's new member orientation
today. Coop members will learn
about their rights and respon-
siblities as members, also history
and the latest on the People's Food

Eastern Michigan University
Rod Rogers' Dance Company is
one of the first American com-
panies under the direction of as
black artist to gain a reputation for
diverging from ethnic and Afro-
American movement. This
program consists of a range of
dance - from jazz, ballet, to'
The University of Michigan
Dance Company. (Power Center).
See the listing for Thursday, Mar-
ch-15 for more information on the
Spring Concert.

Bars & Clubs
Del Rio (761-2530) - Local jazz
musicians entertain.
Halfway Inn (764-8558) - Enjoy
brunch to the acoustic sounds of
local artists as they perform
everything from classical to folk.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Band to be announced for Women
Rugby Team benefit.
Mr. Flood's Party (/4995-2132) -,
The Blues and Rock quintet, Bar-
flys, perform tonight.
Old Town (761-9291) - Local
musicians invade Old Town tonight
with original jazz and folk.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot becomes intimate with
his infamous piano playing.
Bach Cantata Sing-Along
The Academy of Early Music, in
conjunction with the Washtenaw
Council for the Arts, invites all in-
terested singers to join them in an;
informal performance of a yet to
be chosen cantata by J.S. Bach. the
rehersal will be held from 4 to 6:30
p.m., and the performance begins
at 7:45 p.m. The chorus will be un-
der the direction of Ellen Foster
and Ellen Hargis. Anyone in-
terested in playing strings should
call in advance. Kuenzel Room,
Michigan Union. For more infor-
mation call 662-9539, 769-7458.
Homegrown Women's Music
"Classical Music with Class" by
Linda, Kathy, Et Al; comedy with
Eileen Ford, and some original
music from Ann Arbor's Ann
Doyle. The show starts at 7 at the
Ark, (1421 Hill St.). For more in-
formation call 665-8202, 663-2209 or
Music at St. Andrews
Thomas Strode, music director
at St. Andrew's, performs one of
J.S. Bach's masterpieces. Bach's
Eighteen Great Chorales are adap-
ted from traditional German
chorale melodies and will be
played on St. Andrew's 33-rank
Reuter pipe organ. The music will
begin at 4:30 p.m. at St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church (306 N.
Division). For more information
call 663-0518. Free.
Young People's
Theater/Washtenaw Council for
the Arts
When it All Began continues at
Performance Network. See
Friday's listing.
Performance Network
Performance Network presents
Female Parts at 6:30 p.m. See
Friday's listing.
Michigan Ensemble Theatre
Miss Julie continues at the
Trueblood. 2 p.m. matinee. See
Friday's listing.

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - Hear
the boogie-blues and R&B classics
of George Bedard and Mr. B.
The Earle (994-0211) - Hear the
wonderful piano of Larry Mander-
ville tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Lung Kong and the X-Cons erupt on
stage tonight.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Danceable blues, rock and soul as
played by The Falcons.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- The boogie/blues of the Un-
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
The solo piano of David Mayer.
U-Club (763-2236) - The Eclipse
Jazz Jam Session.
Benefit Concert for Salvadoran
The Interfaith Council for Peace
and The University Latin
American Solidarity Committee
kick off "Central American Week"
with a diverse sampling of
Hispanic music. The concert will
include a range from 14th century
Mozarabic chant to 20th century
Columbian folk songs. The music
gets under way at 7:30 p.m. Pen-
dleton Room, Michigan Union. For
more information call 663-1870, 763-
University Percussion Fn-mble
Mezzo soprano Julia Petigo joins
the ensemble in their performance
of Ginastera's Cantata Para
America Majica and other works.
Michael Udow conducts, starting a
8 p.m. in Hill Auditorium. For
more information call 763-4726.
The Ark
The Ark hosts legendary folk and
blues performer Odetta tonight.
Once called "the rightful heir to
Leadbelly's legacy," Odetta
remains a strong force in
traditional music. Catch hey,
thrilling voice in two shows - 7:30
and 9:30 at The Ark (1421 Hill St.).
For more information call 761-
Guild House
Come to today's Poetry Series
with Alice Fulton, Keith Taylor,
the editor of the poetry journal
Skywriting and the man behind
Border's monthly newsletter. 8
p.m. (802 Monroe). For more in-
formation, call 662-5189. Free.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle (994-0211) - Ex-
perience Larry Manderville and
his piano.tonight.
The Habitat (665-3636) - The
Whiz Kids spray on stage with
their popular brand of top-40.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Return of the '60s with the neo-
psychedelic sounds of Map of the
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Hear the rock blues sounds of
Union Lake All-Stars.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- The Michigras Battle of the
Bands winners are featured
Roundhouse Saloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot continues to play his
U-Club (763-2236) - There is a
Beach Party tonight. Come do the
Kithara Classical Guitar Series
Chris Birg, Peter Tolias, and
John Hall present a program of
classical guitar at The Ark. Birg is
said to be Detroit's premier
classical guitarist.The music
begins at 8 at The Ark (1421 Hill
St.) For more information call 761-
1451 or 831-4554.
The University of Michigan
The fourth University Japan
Automotive Industry Conference
Public Forum presents "The
American Automobile Industry:
Rebirth or Requiem?" This will be
a panel discussion on the future of
American Auto industries. The
panel will include UAW president
Owen Bieber, University
economics professor Paul Mc-
Cracken, Ford executive vice
president H.A. Poling, Chrysler
board of directos vice chairman
Gerald Greenwald, Shohei
Kurihara of the Bank of Tokyo, and
Edward J. Hayes, vice president
for research and development of
Kelsey-Hayes Fruehauf Cor-
poration. Noon-8 p.m. (Rackham
Lecture Hall) $100, but free for
staff, faculty, and students at any
institution of higher education.
Pre-registration required. For
more information, call 764-1489.
The University Victorian Semester
Today it's The Railwayman 12
and 12:30 p.m: (Angell Hall 2003).
Call 764-6366 for more information.
English Department
Today's Poetry Reading is led by
Brad Leithauser. 4 p.m. (Rackham
East Lecture Hall). Call 764-5272
for more information. Free.

Manderville soars to new heights
with his solo piano.
The Habitat (665-3636) - The
Whiz Kids play top-40 that you can
dance to.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Fine dance classics from swing to
rockabilly with George Bedard and
the Kingpins.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
The electric blues with the
Crosstown Blues Band.
Rick's American Cafe (996-2747)
- Music by The Ray Beats tonight.
See Wednesday Music.
Roundhouse Salloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot sparkles with his solo
U-Club (763-2236) - Comedians
try out their jokes tonight at Laugh
. -
The Ray Beats at Rick's
In a style reminiscent of Tom
Verlain and David Byrne, this New
York City quartet plays all in-
strumental rock 'n' roll. The band
will bring their show to Rick's and
take the stage at 9:30 p.m. For
more information call 996-2747.
Michigan Ensemble Theater
Terence Lamuce directs France
Helm, Anne Swift, John Abajian,
and Mary Kelly in Children, a
comedy about a WASP family
whose complacency disappears as
long-held resentments and hatred
towards each other surfaces,
causing the family to quickly
degenerate. This is the group's last
production of the year. It begins at
8 p.m. at the New Trueblood
Theatre in the Frieze Building.
Tickets are $8 Wednesday and
Thursday and $10 Friday and
Saturday and are available at the
Michigan League Box Office. Call
764-0450 for more information.

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Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555) - Local
rock 'n' roll band Resistance-Free
kicks off another wild Thursday at
the Pig.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-JOES) -
Black Market cashes in on the best
in Detroit reggae tonight.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-2132) -
Private Sector blasts out the public
tunes tonight.
Roundhouse Salloon (769-0592) -
Bart Polot whales on the piano.
U-Club (763-2236) - Don't miss
this week's Soundstage, where new
talent is discovered weekly.
University Concert Band and
University Band
Eric Becher and Larry Rachleff,
with batons in hand, will conduct
Mennin's Canzona, Dahl's
Pastorale Nocturne, Copeland's
,Emblems, Persichetti's Symphony
No. 6 and Nixon's Reflections. The
band concert comences at 8 p.m. at
Hill Auditorium. For more infor-
mation call 763-4726. Free.

Bars & Clubs
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